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Equal Sacrifice Theory

Equal sacrifice theory, as an economic account of taxation, holds that tax policy should impose an equal sacrifice on taxpayers. In areas of common interest and well-being, society commonly has the task of deciding how to reason and act fairly, according to equal sacrifice theory, in both private and public affairs. Generally, the theory is used for determining how people and governments are to pay their fair share for the costs of living together in society. In areas of common interest and well-being, society commonly has the task of deciding how to reason and act fairly, according to equal sacrifice theory, in both private and public affairs. For macro and micro economies fair allocation and distribution affect human rights and actual well-being of individuals ...

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