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The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from        A. excise taxes.   B. social insurance taxes.   C. personal income taxes.   D. borrowing.
The largest proportion of federal revenues comes from personal income taxes. http://www.heritage.org/federalbudget/federal-revenue-sources
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