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Snyder, L.B. (1938) The tax system of Nebraska with special reference to its relation to agriculture (Research Bulletin: Bulletin of the Agricultural Experiment Station of Nebraska No. 105)
Progress in governmental affairs calls for constant study of matters pertaining to government. The recent agitation for moratoria on debts and taxes and the many tax reforms suggested are evidence of the need for such study. Before satisfactory reforms can be made, information on receipts and expenditures by governmental agencies must be secured. The expense connected with collecting, tabulating, and analyzing such data has prevented private agencies of the state from doing this. Because it was felt that such information would be useful and could be obtained by the College of Agriculture, this study was undertaken.