PROPERTY IN LAND

PROPERTY IN LAND
A PASSAGE-AT-ARMS BETWEEN
THE DUKE OF ARGYLL AND
HENRY GEORGE

 

PUBLISHER'S NOTE.

The literary reputation and the high social and political rank of the Duke of Argyll have attracted unusual attention to his arraignment of Henry George’s doctrine as to property in land. Mr. George has made a vigorous and aggressive reply, which is here given in juxtaposition with the Duke’s attack. This passage-at-arms triply challenges attention because of the burning interest in the question itself at present, the representative character of the disputants, and the dialectic skill with which the controversy is conducted.

CONTENTS.

I. THE PROPHET OF SAN FRANCISCO
By the Duke of Argyll, in the Nineteenth Century for April 1884

II. THE “REDUCTION TO INIQUITY”
By Henry George, in the Nineteenth Century for July, 1884

 


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