Carolyn Jones

Carolyn Jones

Biographical Information

Publications

Book Chapters

Carolyn Jones. "Retaking Home Economics: Gendered Perspectives on Tax Equity," in Controversies in Tax Law: A Matter of Perspective, edited by Anthony C. Infanti. Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2015, at 11, 16 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Dollars and Selves: Women’s Tax Criticism and Resistance in the 1870s,” in Critical Tax Theory: An Introduction, edited by Anthony C. Infanti and Bridget J. Crawford. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009, at 13, 9 pages; reprinted from 1994 University of Illinois Law Review 265, 45 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Split Income and Separate Spheres: Tax Law and Gender Roles in the 1940s,” in Critical Tax Theory: An Introduction, edited by Anthony C. Infanti and Bridget J. Crawford. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009, at 22, 6 pages; reprinted from 6 Law and History Review 259 (1988), 52 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Bonds, Voluntarism and Taxation,” in 2 Studies in the History of Tax Law, edited by John Tiley. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2007, at 427, 16 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Hard Shells of Community: Tax Equity Debates within the National Council of Churches after World War II,” in Tax Justice: The Ongoing Debate, edited by Joseph J. Thorndike and Dennis J. Ventry, Jr. Washington, DC: Urban Institute Press, 2002, at 95, 27 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Vivien Kellems and the Folkways of Taxation,” in Total War and the Law: The American Home Front in World War II, edited by Daniel R. Ernst and Victor Jew. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2002, at 121, 28 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “An Altered Course for Federalism in the United States,” in Aufgabenverteilung und Finanzregimes im Verhältnis zwischen dem Zentralstaat und seinen Untereinheiten, edited by Eibe Riedel. Baden-Baden, Germany: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2001, at 35, 16 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Mass-based Income Taxation: Creating a Taxpaying Culture, 1940-1952,” in Funding the Modern American State, 1941-1995, edited by W. Elliot Brownlee. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1996, at 107, 41 pages.

Articles

Carolyn Jones, “The Moral Hazard of the Estate Tax,” 48 Cleveland State Law Review 729 (2000), 19 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Mapping Tax Narratives,” 73 Tulane Law Review 653 (1998), 45 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Taxes and Peace: A Case Study of Taxing Women,” 6 Southern California Review of Law and Women’s Studies 361 (1997), 33 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Dollars and Selves: Women’s Tax Criticism and Resistance in the 1870s,” 1994 University of Illinois Law Review 265, 45 pages; reprinted in part in Critical Tax Theory: An Introduction, edited by Anthony C. Infanti and Bridget J. Crawford. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009, at 13, 9 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Class Tax to Mass Tax: The Role of Propaganda in the Expansion of the Income Tax During World War II,” 37 Buffalo Law Review 685 (1989), 53 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Split Income and Separate Spheres: Tax Law and Gender Roles in the 1940s,” 6 Law and History Review 259 (1988), 52 pages; reprinted in part in Critical Tax Theory: An Introduction, edited by Anthony C. Infanti and Bridget J. Crawford. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009, at 22, 6 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Treatment of Gratuitous Transfers: Unraveling the Case for a Consumption Tax,” 29 Saint Louis University Law Journal 1155 (1985), 45 pages.

Book Reviews

Carolyn Jones. Review of Making the Modern American Fiscal State: Law, Politics, and the Rise of Progressive Taxation, 1877 - 1929, by Ajay K. Mehrotra. 33 Law and History Review 253 (2015), 3 pages.
Carolyn Jones, Review of Dimensions of Law in the Service of Order: Origins of the Federal Income Tax, 1861-1913, by Robert Stanley. 13 Law and History Review 151 (1995), 3 pages.
Carolyn Jones, “Feminist Views of Exodus: Narrative of Liberation or Oppression?” Review of Exodus and Revolution, by Michael Walzer. 1986 Utah Law Review 297, 21 pages.