Today marks the day that all Americans fear and despise: Tax Day. It’s our national day of reckoning with the
Infernal Internal Revenue Service.
Enthusiasts of the Internal Revenue Code will want to visit this week’s Blawg Review, ably and entertainingly hosted by Villanova University School of Law Professor James Maule, whose expertise encompasses among other things the arcane mysteries of tax law.
Of particular interest to me as a history-loving taxpayer was the link from this edition of Blawg Review to the 1913 version of the U.S. tax filing form. (By way of comparison, here’s the 2005 version many taxpayers will be filing today.)