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March 08, 2011

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I'd like to take a stab at this. However, can anyone show me how to download ALL data, say, to a CSV file?

I'm not familiar with web API's, and their CSV export option only allows you to extract data based on certain criteria.

Thanks!

If I can make a humble suggestion, I'd love to see a data visualization on how the tax burden has changed over the years -- data are available back to 1985, which includes Reagan's second term -- to help refute the misconception that present-day taxes are historically high.

If I can make a humble suggestion, I'd love to see a data visualization on how the tax burden has changed over the years -- data are available back to 1985, which includes Reagan's second term -- to help refute the misconception that present-day taxes are historically high.

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