Economics is the study of decision making related to the use of limited resources in a world of unlimited demands. Gandhi sets aside all presuppositions, examining each matter on its own merits. Here, we shall explore this exchange.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
Briggs v. Elliott applied to Tax Law Case
As we evaluate cases for exploration in application to any tax slavery case (taxation of labor, taxation of property, numbering people like cattle, monetary inflation), we must remember Briggs v. Elliott, which utilized the work of Psychologist Kenneth B. Clark to show a sociological problem developed in black children when placed in "separate but unequal" schools. Rolled into the Brown v. Board of Education case, this was the seminal issue in the reversal of Plessey v. Ferguson and the legislation to desegregate America's school system.
We need to show that an inferiority problem develops in those involved in any kind of slavery dynamic.