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On the Web: Articles

Why We Need the Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund. Steve Oleshewsky, Touchstone (4-5/02).

On the Web: Specialized Sites

National Campaign for a Peace Tax Fund.

National War Tax Resistance Coordinating Committee

Nonviolent Action Community of Cascadia. (War Tax Resistance: How to Stop Paying for Militarism).

Religious Freedom Peace Tax Fund Act (introduced by Rep. John Lewis, D. GA, 3/22/01).

Schools Not Bombs

War Resisters League Piechart (Where Your Income Tax Money Really Goes).

In the Library: Articles

Rogers, Patrick. "Pacifists seek to redirect tax dollars," National Catholic Reporter (1/24/02):13.

n.a. "US sues Quaker group over taxes," NY Times International (7/27/03):18.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Anon. (ed.) Some Writings on War Tax Resistance (NY: A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, 1990).

Hedemann, Ed & Ruth Benn (eds.) War Tax Resistance: A Guide to Withholding Your Support from the Military (4th ed.; Philadelphia: New Society, 1992).

Members of the Peacemaker Movement. Handbook on Nonpayment of War Taxes (Chicinnati: Peacemakers, 1971).

Religious Society of Friends. My Conscience, My Tax: Personal Accounts of Quakers Who Resisted Paying Taxes for War (London: Quaker Peace & Service, 1992).

Webster, Ted. War Tax Resistance: Individual Witness or Community Movement? (NY: War Tax Resistance, 1968).

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