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Why does the saying, "no taxation without representation"make sense for public goods but not for private goods?

Why does the saying, “no taxation without representation”make sense for public goods but not for private goods? Explain the mechanisms by which individuals can “protest” against taxes that are thought excessive to pay for defense spending and tools that are excessive to pay for defense spending and tools that are thought excessive to pay for a bridge.

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