In his best selling economic treatise, Progress and Poverty, Henry George (1839-1897) examined the causes of increasing inequality and poverty amid unprecedented levels of economic and technological progress. George famously proposed a land value tax to remedy these perplexing realities of industrial capitalism.
The Henry George School of Social Science is pleased to partner with Joshua Vincent, Director of the Center for the Study of Economics, presenting his course, Land Value Taxation: The Hows and Whys of a Significant Tax Reform.
Join Mr. Vincent in a series of 9 episodes, comparing and contrasting forms of taxation used in the U.S. today, contrasted with the use of Land Value Tax.
This discussion has been divided into small episodes, numbered 1 through 9. We recommend that you watch them in sequence, at your convenience.