Lintner Stresses Part Of Small Businessman

Outlining a postwar tax plan designed to relieve pressure on small businessmen and to achieve maximum employment, John Lintner of the Business School addressed a forum on "Taxation and the National Income" held in the Lowell House Junior Common Room last night under the auspices of the Conservative League. Other speakers were Hans H. L. Staehle, visiting lecturer on Economics, and Talcott Parsons, professor of Sociology.

"Only through expansion by small firms can this country have a vigorous, healthy, competitive structure," said Lintner. Estimating a postwar federal budget of 25 billion dollars, Lintner said at least eight billion dollars would have to come from corporation taxes.