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Can the common law "revenue rule" be used to stop the enforcement of U.S. "citizenship taxation" on non-U.S. residents?

Can the common law "revenue rule" be used to stop the enforcement of U.S. "citizenship taxation" on non-U.S. residents?

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What the United States calls "citizenship taxation" is actually U.S. taxation of certain citizens and residents of other countries. The U.S. claims the right to impose full U.S. taxation on the "world income" of certain people who do NOT even live in the United States.