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The University of Chicago Law School Record

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Abstract

In a unique take on those he calls "federal tax men," Professor Blum presents the notes of an anthropologist who studied that group as if he were an anthropoligist studying a native tribe. He examines the federal tax men tribe's membership requirements, hierarchy of members (including the division between federal and private employees), the literature that the tax men read, the awards that are bestowed to the tax men who discover tax loopholes, and (of course), those of the tribe who choose to teach tax law.

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