Pressure is mounting for Mitt Romney to reveal more of his tax returns. His presidential rival, Barack Obama, has made public his filings dating back to 2000. But Republican Romney has disclosed just one year so far: 2010 (he also released an incomplete estimate for 2011). Even if he has nothing to hide, should Romney give up his privacy rights? Or should he meet a higher standard of disclosure as a candidate for the highest office?
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