An Inconvenient Tax
Nathaniel Thomas McGill
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An Inconvenient Tax reveals how Congress uses our impossibly complex tax code to achieve political goals that have nothing to do with raising revenue. Featuring economic experts, commentators, and political voices such as Steve Forbes, Mike Huckabee, Noam Chomsky, David M. Walker, and others, the film traces the evolution of the income tax through wars, economic booms and busts, and presidencies. To inspire debate and encourage change, the film also presents several credible options for reform.
Presenting the tax code as a burden that affects us all, this timely and engaging film transcends partisanship--and offers Americans a chance to unite in a grassroots movement for change.
To view the trailer in HD, visit AnInconvenientTax.com.
2012-04-16 | An Inconvenient Tax screens at the University of Texas at Austin. This event is presented by the MPA Council and begins at 6:00pm in Art 1.102. A discussion of the film follows. Click here for more information.
2011-11-12 | The Free Thinking Film Festival in Canada screens An Inconvenient Tax, sponsored by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. This event will be held at the Library and Archives in Ottawa, Canada in Room A, and will begin at 4:00p.m. Click here for more information, and here.
2011-04-13 | The James Madison Institute screens An Inconvenient Tax at Florida State University, as part of "Madison Movie Nights." This event will begin at 7:00p.m., in the HCB Building, Room 103. Contact Jenny Stone to RSVP. Click here for more information.View full event archive for An Inconvenient Tax ››