Clancy’s 1960-1994 essays including concept illustrations of ideas put forth by Henry George in Progress and Poverty. Includes introduction by George L. Collins.
Robert Clancy was born in 1914 and first became interested in the ideas of Henry George when he took Oscar Geiger’s lectures in 1932. In 1940, Clancy became and instructor at the HGSSS. He left in 1942 to serve in World World Two. In 1946, Clancy became the Director of HGSSS, a position he held until 1968. In 1970, Clancy formed and served as the Director of the Henry George Institute. Clancy died in 1995 at the age of 80.