from Fancyclopedia 1 ca. 1944
The Finance Committee of the NFFF. A majority of the membership, at the time of formation, had approved Widner's suggestion that the Federation be financed by taxes on amount of activity etc, rather than by equal dues. Committeemen, Speer, tKuslan, and Schumann were all opposed to the plan, but worked out the best system they could for carrying it into effect. When the Fincom report was published, first in incomplete form which left out the calculation of how small the sums would be, a great babble went up about "penalizing activity", "paying tribute", and "It's undemocratic!" The delay so occasioned in getting a constitution approved, it was one of the causes of the N3F's lapse.