A preliminary word on the scope of this review is in order. Since this was originally prepared as one of a series designed to acquaint returning veterans with legal developments during the war period, the year 1941 has been chosen as the starting point, and the review carried forward from that point through to date. The review covering this period is limited to significant developments in the area of federal taxation, with emphasis upon the estate, gift, and income taxes.
Paul G. Kauper,
SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE LAW OF FEDERAL TAXATION, 1941-1947: I,
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