Proper Sovereignty Manifesto, Part 2: Georgism

Time has not treated Henry George well. He was the most famous economist in the world. In 1906, his books were more well known than Shakespeare‚Äôs plays, even among the members of the British Parliament. It goes without saying that he was the best-selling American writer of his era. About 200,000 people attended his funeral. … Continue reading Proper Sovereignty Manifesto, Part 2: Georgism