What's wrong with Canada's tax policy?
This address by G.S. Thorvaldson contrasted wartime, when taxation was a "patriotic duty," and peacetime, when it became "an economic and social problem." He made the case that big corporations stood to gain the most in both contexts.
“You Pay Canada’s $100,000,000.00 Tax Subsidy to Tax-Exempt Business,” Income Tax Payers’ Association Bulletin No. 2 (October 1944)