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Great Reading & Listening: John Taylor’s “Argument on the Carriage Tax” Book

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An ARGUMENT RESPECTING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF THE CARRIAGE TAX – In V I R G I N I A, In May, 1795

by John Taylor of Caroline County.

Cover_Carriage_Tax_Argument_THUMBMandeville, LA – John Taylor of Caroline County, Virginia continues to this day an unheralded member of that august group of American men known as “Founding Fathers”. The following work, “An argument respecting the constitutionality of the carriage tax” is, however, of great importance. This argument is the single greatest argument ever made against Congress & their sweeping power to tax. The Carriage Tax passed the Congress and was signed by President Washington on 5, June, 1794.

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No sooner had the ink dried on the parchment then the spirited and, in Taylor’s case outrageous opposition to the measure begin. Taylor agreed to take up the case and was not alone in alarming opposition. James Madison, who was then a member of Congress wrote that the tax was a “breach in the Constitution”.

Listen to this FREE chapter from the audiobook version! Chapter 8

Listen to this FREE chapter from the audiobook version! Chapter 8

You might also enjoy John Taylor starring in Mike Church's "What Lincoln Killed-EPISODE I" on 3 CD set or digital download!So important to the Federalist (read Nationalist) cause was the defeat of Taylor’s argument, none other than Alexander Hamilton was called upon to plea for the tax in the Supreme Court of the United States. This is the story of one man’s tour de force against a government trying to write its own rules as it goes.

This edition Includes:
• Original essay and Introduction by Mike Church
• Updated footnotes
• Documentary artwork from the Library of Congress
• Completely digitized text, formatted for modern readers

What Others Have Said About The Work:

“If James Madison was the political general of the Jeffersonian coalition, John Taylor of Caroline was the theoretical brains of the operation. Jefferson wrote at the end of his life that Taylor had never written anything that Jefferson didn’t support. Mike Church has done a great service in resuscitating and providing a clear introduction to this long-neglected pamphlet. It is a classic example of Taylor’s work against the Hamiltonian statists of the 1790s, and its principles are as timely now as ever.” –  Kevin R. C. Gutzman, J.D., Ph.D. Author, _James Madison and the Making of America

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