Income tax -- History;Talmud -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
A passage from the Talmud concerning income tax policy is examined. The attempt is then made to apply the policy to a hypothetical situation and to see whether the policy is relevant to the modern era.
Shakers -- Kentucky -- Pleasant Hill;Account books -- History
A desire to be self-sustaining and a dedication to communal property required the Shakers to place great importance on accounting. This importance was underscored by the fact that the spiritual covenants of the Shakers were revised to require...