For those doing historical research on Henry George there is a rich resource: Henry George archive It's put together and maintained by the Henry George School in New York.
Bryan Kavanagh is a long-term economic activist. He's also a property valuer and brings a historic perspective to our current problems. If you want to know how we got where we are today and what we need to do to fix things then click on the link below. Click here to read Bryan's article. [...]
Wikipedia has an excellent and very detailed article about Henry George, his economic principles and his life. Click here to access the article. If you want to find out more about the man this is an excellent place to look. And, at the end of the article, there is a listing where you can obtain [...]
This synopsis comes from the website Wealth and Want. It was inspired by Dr. James Busey's condensation of the 565-page original, was extracted by Alfred J. Katzenberger, Jr., of the Public Revenue Education Council in St. Louis and the St. Louis Teachers Union, Local 420 of the American Federation of Teachers. About the Author Henry George [...]
The influential journal, The Economist, recently wrote an excellent article on Henry George and land tax. The article was entitled "Why Henry George had a point". Click here to read the article. Nobel-prize winner Joseph Stiglitz is in favour of Henry George's policies because "Rich people tend to own a lot of land, poor people very [...]