Disallowing Tax Deductions for Gifts to Groups Practicing Discrimination Urged
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Disallowing Tax Deductions for Gifts to Groups Practicing Discrimination Urged

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Disallowing tax deductions for charitable purposes for gifts or contributions to organizations and institutions which practice racial or religious discrimination was offered yesterday as a deterent to discriminatory practices colleges and charitable institutions by Morris L. Ernst, member of President Truman’s Committee on Civil Rights. Ernst made the proposal in an address before The New York Section of the National Council of Jewish Women.

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