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Comments on Warren Samuels's "Why the Georgist Movement Has Not Succeeded"

Jerome F. Heavey

American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 2003, vol. 62, issue 3, pages 593-599

Abstract: The 16-th Amendment and the formation of the European Union were major political/economic reforms that should be seen as affirmations of the fundamental principles and teachings of Henry George. That these are not matters of interest to the self-defined Georgist movement reveals an excessively narrow focus of that movement and suggests its members' unfamiliarity with much of George's teachings. Copyright 2003 American Journal of Economics and Sociology.

Date: 2003
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