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36 Ill. L. Rev. 60 (1941-1942)


The taxation of consumer cooperative associations has proceeded on an erroneous assumption deriving from Eisner v. Macomber. Contrary to that assumption, so long as these non-profit, mutual-benefit undertakings confine themselves to their proper functions they have no income under the Sixteenth Amendment and cannot validly be required to pay an income tax.



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