The Slavery Tax Rate: Allopoly Theory
What tax rate makes a person a slave?
Subjective responses and opinions abound, but objective answers require quantifiable, repeatable and visible measurements. Specifically:
- How is slavery measured?
- How is freedom measured?
- Are they inverse measures, or are they different?
- What marks the transition from freedom to slavery?
These seem like simple questions until you try to answer them. Allopoly Theory is a practical guide to understanding the relationship between you and the government services your taxes pay for.
You don’t need a degree in economics to follow the examples. The data you need to determine your own slavery tax rate is on your state and local government’s website.
You’ll never talk about taxes the same way again.
The slavery tax rate is to government and taxes, what a thermometer is to temperature: An objective and visible metric:
- A thermometer changes the vague dialog of a room being “too cold” or “too hot” into actions required to make the room a specific temperature.
- The Slavery Tax Rate changes the vague dialog of taxes being “too high” or “too low” into actions required to attain a specific tax rate.
- The federal tax rate that usurps state authority is identified by The Slavery Tax Rate.
Genre: Business, Economics and Government
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