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  1. What would Henry George say?

    Entradas de blog
    Julio 2015
  2. Henry George's Monopoly

    Entradas de blog
    Septiembre 2010
  3. Henry George and monopoly

    Entradas de blog
    Septiembre 2010
  4. At Lincoln House July 2015

    E-Newsletter Archive Issue
    Julio 30, 2015

    July 30, 2015

  5. How to Fight Wealth Inequality

    The Journal of the American Institute of Architects
    Julio 14, 2017
    El Instituto Lincoln en las noticias
  6. Land Use and Taxation

    Applying the Insights of Henry George
    Junio 1997
    Edited by H. James Brown

    Can today’s policy makers and researchers effectively draw on the ideas of 19th-century philosopher Henry George to help solve 21st-century problems? This compendium presents eight essays by...

  7. Are We Living in a Second Gilded Age?

    Videos y multimedia
    Junio 2015
    Edward T. O'Donnell

    Edward T. O’Donnell, associate professor of history at Holy Cross College in Worcester, Massachusetts, and author of Henry George and the Crisis of Inequality: Progress and Poverty in the...

  8. Assessing the Theory and Practice of Land Value Taxation

    Enfoques en políticas de suelo
    Febrero 2010

    The land value tax is the focus of this Policy Focus Report, Assessing the Theory and Practice of Land Value Taxation. A concept dating back to Henry George, the land value tax is a variant of the...

  9. Recuperación de plusvalias en América Latina

    Alternativas para el desarrollo urbano
    Abril 2001
    Edited by Martim Smolka and Fernanda Furtado

    Latin American urbanization is characterized largely by dramatic social inequities, particularly in the access to urban land and services. These inequities are expressed in formidable urban land...

  10. Are We Living in A Second Gilded Age?

    Conferencias Lincoln
    Junio 16, 2015
    Speaker: Edward T. O'Donnell

    This topic has major relevance for contemporary U.S. society as it confronts questions about poverty, inequality, and corporate power, in what some have taken to calling a Second Gilded Age.


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