#106, Winter 2007

Listening — Lindy Davies

UN-Habitat Launches Global Land Tool Network — Alanna Hartzok

LVT and Property Values — Dan Sullivan

Charging for Common Land — Richard Giles

Letter from Nicaragua — Paul Martin

Pop Dread and Corn Pone Opinions — Dan Sullivan

Benefits of Military Spending — Dr. Polly Cleveland

Land Booms and Peace Dividends — Mason Gaffney

Seattle, Real and Feigned — Lindy Davies

Henry George’s Letter at the Funeral of Karl Marx — Bruce Oatman

Ricardo’s Law — Review by Ed Dodson

Blight and Bloom in Brooklyn — Common Ground NYC

By the Way: With One Voice — Lindy Davies

The typical Georgist is a layman rather than an expert. He is the citizen George speaks of who must think about political economy, rather than an expert in economics. A Georgist is more concerned with the ethical implications of political acts affecting economic life than with abstract economics or technical economic data. For him economics is a means to a moral end.    — Robert Clancy

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