The financing of government expenditure in New South Wales, 1856-1900
In its simplest terms, the argument developed in this thesis is as follows. Ostensibly, government policy was directed to the promotion of private economic activity. Limited use of taxation was regarded as important for the achievement of this aim. But, in practice, the Government was subjected to difficult-to-resist pressures for increased spending, generally on grounds of fostering private enterprise. As a consequence, the Government was forced to exploit alternatives to taxation in...[Show more]
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