The eighteenth-century philosopher and economist Adam Smith, in his work An Enquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth of Nations, laid down four ‘canons of taxation’, or principles with which he expected a good system of taxation to conform. Views differ on their general desirability, and in the cases of some, it has been argued that to implement them faithfully would render the tax in question administratively unworkable.

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