Gin Act

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Date: July 1, 2009
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People started taking interest on how good the drink taste and they were willing to pay the amount for it because they had the money. In the 1700's the production level of gin shot up. This is shown on the graph in document one and if the government put a tax of gin so high people are not going to be able to pay for the gin and the king would lose a lot of money...
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In the 1700's the production level of gin shot up. This is shown on the graph in document one and if the government put a tax of gin so high people are not going to be able to pay for the gin and the king would lose a lot of money. As shown in document six, His Majesty gets ?70,000 a year on gin tax, but if he raises the tax to the point where poor people can't pay for gin then he would lose ? 70,000...
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