by Fred Harrison and Mason Gaffney, 2016, Land Research Trust. Review by Lindy Davies
I picked up Beyond Brexit: The Blueprint without great enthusiasm — but I’m happy to say I found it very impressive: an entirely worthwhile read. However, I’m afraid this review must begin with a couple of caveats. Continue reading
by Fred Harrison, Geophilos, 2015. Review by Ed Dodson
With this latest project, Fred Harrison raises his warning of impending disaster to an even higher level. Those familiar with Fred’s work will find this book familiar in tone and territory. For others, the book is a wake-up call for desperately-needed action. Continue reading
The Systemic Roots and Intent of Organized Violence
by Fred Harrison (2010, Shepheard-Walwyn, 172 pp.) Review by Lindy Davies
There’s no namby-pamby incrementalism in Fred Harrison’s latest book. The Predator Culture goes for it. Continue reading
Fred Harrison, Boom Bust: House Prices, Banking and the Depression of 2010, London, Shepheard-Walwyn, 2005, 274 pp. Review by Francis Peddle
Economists are lionized in our culture. Corporations, financial institutions and government departments make no moves without consulting them. Continue reading
Ricardo’s Law: House Prices and the Great Tax Clawback Scam, by Fred Harrison, 2006, Shepheard-Walwyn, 320.pp. Review by Ed Dodson.
Although there is consistent truth in the statement, “history is written by the victors,” the voices of critics now and again emerge from the wilderness. Continue reading
By Fred Harrison. Published by the International Union for Land Value Taxation and Free Trade, London, 2008. Review by Lindy Davies.
Harrison’s latest book, the first publication of the newly-revitalized International Union, makes use of the IU’s “special consultative status” at theUnited Nations by offering the UN some clear, pointed (and much-needed) advice. Continue reading
Much is being said about the accurate predictions that seem to have been based on this phenomenon (and at this year’s CGO conference in Cleveland, the matter will be explored further). To help focus our thoughts on this complex subject, eight Georgist thinkers recently participated in an email conversation, excerpted here. Continue reading