The actual reasoning behind the Johnson Amendment appears to have been motivated not by deep concern over the purity of the tax code, but by President Lyndon Johnson’s desire to hamstring opponents who might otherwise have succeeded in forcing him out of office.
The actual reasoning behind the Johnson Amendment appears to have been motivated not by deep concern over the purity of the tax code, but by President Lyndon Johnson’s desire to hamstring opponents who might otherwise have succeeded in forcing him out of office. File photo
The actual reasoning behind the Johnson Amendment appears to have been motivated not by deep concern over the purity of the tax code, but by President Lyndon Johnson’s desire to hamstring opponents who might otherwise have succeeded in forcing him out of office. File photo

Churches might not win if we lose the Johnson Amendment

November 29, 2017 08:30 PM

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