An Anthology of Single Land Tax Thought
University Rochester Press, 1997 - 468 pagine
An understanding of the Single Land Tax (or the single tax on land value, as it is usually known) and of Henry George go hand in hand, for this was a major tenet of his political economy. This final volume in the Henry George Centennial Trilogy comprises selections from the works of distinguished scholars, both past and present, on the single land tax and its relation to Georgist philosophy. Drawing upon principles of land economics, they offer detailed and diverse insights into the concept of a single tax based on land value and the practical uses of land value taxation in industrialised economies as an effective and equable way to redistribute wealth.
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PATRICK EDWARD DOVE
Probility of a Reign of Justice
LEV NIKOLAEVICH TOLSTOY
Collective and Private Ownership of Land
THOMAS GASKELL SHEARMAN
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