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    Pollock vs. Farmers Loan and Trust Co.

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    When did the U.S. Supreme Court rule that income taxes were unconstitutional?

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    Argued today by many individuals and organizations, federal income tax has become a major platform for political leaders and lobbyist. However, many don't realize that at one time the U.S. Supreme Court once ruled that the federal income tax system was unconstitutional. The law itself was challenged in 1894 in the case of Pollock v. Farmers' Loan and Trust ...

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    200 word essay with reference explaining how the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that income taxes were unconstitutional.