Document Type

Article

Publication Title

Virginia Law Review

Publication Date

1979

Page Number

513

Disciplines

Law

Abstract

This article first explores the development of the de facto system of tax exemption and identifies the tensions that led to its demise. The analysis then details the substitution of a statutory structure in place of the traditional informal arrangement and examines the potential present in that structure for substantial IRS interference in the political process.

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