The latter is a particularly valuable source of information for Conring's attitude to the dissertations written by his students, but one that was unfortunately not reprinted
in the Opera.
Unfortunately, a few Hughes collaborators also got lost in the many details of the book; Milton Meltzer, a co-author of two important titles, is not in the contents page, the introduction, the appendix, or the index, but he is cited in several reprinted
TEI's letter to Singapore's Ministry of Finance is reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 122.
And Richard Hardack's "Swing to the White, Back to the Black: Writing and Sourcery in Ishmael Reed's Mumbo Jumbo," reprinted
from Arizona Quarterly, makes a strong and provocative argument that Reed owes more allegiance to the American Renaissance (Emerson in particular) than to the Harlem Renaissance, despite his own claims.
a book that is difficult to locate, is reprinted
, a very appropriate choice.
The Institute's written comments are reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 628.
TEI's previous submissions were reprinted
in the May-June 2003 and July-August 2004 issues of The Tax Executive.
The Institute's written testimony on the e-filing regulations is reprinted
starting on page 190.
The Toronto Chapter's letter is reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 418.
TEI's July 2 letter is reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 326.
TEI's October 2003 letter was reprinted
in the November-December 2003 issue of The Tax Executive.
TEI submissions are reprinted
in this issue, respectively, on pages 148 and 153.
TEI's written comments on the regulations are reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 49.
TEI's comments to the OECD are reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 489.
The Institute's written statement is reprinted
in this issue, beginning on page 398.