Henry George and Labor Unions by Frank C. Genovese



Assesses the applicability of Henry George’s thoughts to the world of the present and the future. George dealt intimately with the labor leaders of his day. It is clear that he was concerned with the miserable condition of labor, organized and unorganized, but he felt the remedy was in his proposal to tax away land and other income rather than in trade unionism.

Author Frank C. Genovese
Research Monograph No.5 (1995)

Publisher: Pace University

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