The Case for the Eradication of Socialism

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CPA Dr. Patrick R. Colabella outlines a new tax plan to solve the fiscal problems of the United States

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Failure to address the socialist onslaught will cost our country dearly.

In this election cycle, Americans are confronted with a new, powerful socialist movement from both Democratic candidates.

In “How to Get Rid of Socialism,” Dr. Patrick R. Colabella outlines a new, fair automated tax system to fix the damages socialist programs have incurred upon the United States economy.

Borne out of his frustration of teaching taxation and spending countless hours preparing tax returns amid the ever-increasingly complexities of tax laws, “How to Get Rid of Socialism” is a product of Colabella’s discovery that too much human capital was being expended on figuring out what we owe the government and he began questioning why.

“The answer was simple when I discovered that the origins of the internal revenue code were based on a socialist ideology and the law was designed primarily to redistribute wealth,” Colabella said.

Through his book, Colabella hopes to address tax issues that the common citizen may not understand and urges them to strive for change within the current socialist system to recapture American freedom.

“Socialists are socially engineering us and abusing the government’s broad power to tax,” Colabella said. “Failure to address the socialist onslaught will cost our country dearly.”

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How to Get Rid of Socialism
By Dr. Patrick R. Colabella
ISBN: 978-1-51446-870-8
Available in hardcover, softcover and e-book
Available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Xlibris

About the author
Patrick R. Colabella is a CPA and associate professor of accounting and taxation at St. John's University in New York and the chair of the Global Institute for Taxation, a research institute dedicated to alternative taxation models. Colabella is a recognized expert and advocate of fundamental tax reform and has made presentations before the congressional house ways and means committee on taxation reform in Washington, D.C., and has contributed to President George W. Bush’s Tax Consultative Task Force in 2004.


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