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Henry George by Charles Albro Barker

This book is not only the definitive biography of one of America’s most exciting social thinkers and crusaders for reform, it is also an intellectual and emo tional history which vividly re-creates the atmosphere of mid to late nineteenth-century America.

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Rent as Public Revenue:Issues and Methods – Edited by Lindy Davies

Essays on practical means for community capture of resource rents.

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New Life in Old Cities – Mason Gaffney

Georgist Policies and Population Growth in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago, Cleveland, Toledo, Detroit, Milwaukee, Pittsburgh, and Other Cities, 1890–1930 In the period, the Georgist movement inspired a large number of civic leaders—mayors, assessors, governors, congressmen and others—to implement Georgist policies in a number of US and Canadian cities.

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Democracy vs Socialism – Max Hirsch

This critical examination of socialism as a remedy for social injustice sheds light on why the well-meaning efforts of millions of socialists, in over a hundred years and around the world, have failed to prevent the rich from getting richer. Hirsch argues that the workers’ plight arises from concentrated land ownership, and eloquently answers both right-wing and left-wing objections to George’s single-tax solution.

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Libertarian Party at Sea on Land – Harold Kyriazi

From the Preface:
Why this essay? I’m a libertarian. I believe that the ideas embodied by the libertarian movement in general, and the Libertarian Party in particular, represent humanity’s only hope for a future worth living. But I also think the Libertarian Party and the majority of today’s libertarians (along with almost everyone else) are wrong about a seemingly insignificant, but fundamental aspect of political philosophy — our system of ownership of land and other natural resources — and have strayed far from our classical liberal roots.

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Crumbling Foundations – David Smiley

Poverty persists in the modern world because the global institutions that are supposed to combat it have failed. David Smiley’s proposals would use economic value from resources for public purposes, reducing conflicts over natural resources and solving problems of humans rights, the environment, and economic development.

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Social Statics – Herbert Spencer, 1995 edition

Social Statics: The Conditions Essential to Human Happiness Specified, and The First of Them Developed.  This edition of the young Spencer’s great philosophical work on individual and political liberty contains The Right to the Use of the Earth, as well as all the other chapters deleted by Spencer in the later edition.

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The Self-Supporting City – Gilbert M. Tucker

A classic study on how the public investment that cities make on infrastructure and services creates a fully sufficient tax base for the support and maintenance of those services.

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Robert V. Andelson: The Earth Is The Lord’s
Robert V. Andelson: Henry George And The Reconstruction Of Capitalism
H. William Batt: The Compatibility Of Georgist Economics And Ecological Economics
H. William Batt: The Tax Solution
David Harold Chester: Making Macroeconomics Easy to Understand, as a True Science
Clifford Cobb & Jonathan Rowe: How The Income Tax Became A Tax On Labor
Mike Curtis:  The American Dilemma
Mike Curtis:  THE Universal Basic Income
Mike Curtis: Tax Reform
Mike Curtis: Racism, Poverty, and the Murder of George Floyd
Mike Curtis: Pandemic Funding Needs
Mike Curtis: More Education Will Not Reduce Poverty
Mike Curtis: Juneteenth
Samuel Danziger: Traditional tunes and nursery rhymes with a Georgist theme.
Manu Delgado-Medrano: How Our Obsession With Owning Land Beneath Our Homes is Driving the Housing Affordability Crisis (and What to Do About It)
Manu Delgado-Medrano: Profiting From Land is Ultimately Immoral
Manu Delgado-Medrano: Hey Millennial Homeowner, Our Housing Structure is Going to Crush You
Manu Delgado-Medrano: Burning Questions: On Land, Property and Other Issues
Manu Delgado-Medrano: We Need to Talk About Land
Ed Dodson:  #WeAreRent Book Review
M. Mason Gaffney: Great Expectations
M. Mason Gaffney: Europe’s Fatal Affair with VAT
M. Mason Gaffney: Containment Policies For Urban Sprawl
M. Mason Gaffney: Full Employment And The Environment
M. Mason Gaffney: Henry George 100 Years Later: The Great Reconciler
M. Mason Gaffney: The Great Crash of 2008
M. Mason Gaffney: Land Planning And The Property Tax
M. Mason Gaffney: Opportunities For International Financial Centers In The 21st Century
M. Mason Gaffney: The Property Tax Is A Progressive Tax
M. Mason Gaffney: The Taxable Surplus Of Land
M. Mason Gaffney: The Triangle Of Global Power Intro Bib123456
M. Mason Gaffney: Who Owns Southern California?
Agnes George De Mille: Who Was Henry George?
Tom Gihring: Incentivizing Local Zoning Reforms with Land Value Taxation (summary)
Tom Gihring: Incentivizing Local Zoning Reforms with Land Value Taxation (presentation in its entirety) 
Nicolaus Gonzalez: Is a Georgist Land Value Tax Possible in Chile?
Damon Gross: Land and Human Endowments
Fred Harrison: Hubble Bubble, Toil & Trouble
Fred Harrison: The Land Monopoly Game
Fred Harrison: Wheels of Fortune
Dr. Michael Hudson: The Lost Tradition of Biblical Debt Cancellations
Kris Feder: Progress And Poverty Today Introduction to New Abridged Edition, 1997
Fred E. Foldvary: The Ultimate Tax Reform: Public Revenue from Land Rent
C. Lowell Harriss: Who Should Support Property Tax Reform Along Georgist Lines — and Why?
Stephen Meintjes & Michael Jacques: The Trial of Chaka Dlamini
Francis K. Peddle, Ph. D.: Philosophies of Integration
Richard Pereira: Land Value Assessment and Universal Basic Income (UBI): A Canadian assessment with implications for America
Warren Samuels: Henry George’s Challenge To The Economics Profession
Nicolaus Tideman: Global Economic Justice The Shape of a World Inspired by Henry George
Nicolaus Tideman: Immigration
Nicolaus Tideman: International Obligations
Nicolaus Tideman: Money
Nicolaus Tideman: Punishment
Nicolaus Tideman: Global Economic Justice
Nicolaus Tideman: Global Justice (Some Mathematics)
Nicolaus Tideman: World Ownership
Nicolaus Tideman: Land value taxation benefits the economy
Joshua Vincent: Philadelphia’s Covid-19 Budget: Everyone’s Right – An Alternative Financing Plan
Joshua Vincent: Eliminating the Property Tax