Photo: Baldwin, Fla., is surrounded by farm country, and in late October, local green beans, tomatoes, peanuts, cabbage and milk filled the shelves of the Baldwin Market, which is owned by the town. (Antonia Noori Farzan)
The urban way of life is en route towards completely new frontiers.
Within the past two decades, slews of new cities have appeared out of what seems like thin air. Places facing rapid urbanization and population growth
The Real News Network interviewed Josh Vincent, the Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Economics, and a long-time collaborator of RSF’s about the implications of implementing a Land Value Tax in the City of Baltimore.
By: Richard Florida
The Great Housing Reset has led to growing numbers of single-family homes shifting from owner-occupied housing to investment vehicles for large corporations.
When most people think of housing, they separate it into two types: single-family suburban homes
How Land Value Tax Could Narrow the Racial Wealth and Opportunity Gap
“Protecting property values” was a canard used to justify racist housing policy in 1910, and continues to be an excuse used today. But what if property wasn’t privately