What Henry George’s analysis of political economy offers to proponents of Just Money Reform with Ed Dodson
The 19th-century political economist Henry George tackled what many of his predecessors and contemporaries argued was the great inequity of all time: the private appropriation of rent (i.e., that portion of wealth we produce that comes from the fact that not all of nature has the same potential to yield wealth with the same input of labor and capital goods). At the same time, George provided a similar analysis of the roles of money, banking and credit played in fostering or thwarting a just distribution of wealth in any society. While his solution to "the land question" came to be called "the Single Tax," his contributions to monetary theory recognized the strong relation between the land and money questions.
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