Weighs the arguments of Henry George’s most significant critics from the Nineteenth Century and beyond. Convinced that the highest tribute to Henry George is to present as fairly as possible the arguments of his critics, both volumes comprehensively dissects them on scales of abstract reason and empirical evidence.
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Editor Robert V. Andelson
Paperbacks 798 pp 2004 (orig.)
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
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