Oakland 2016: The Recession Generation Unconference



by Alodia Arnold

After the Detroit Conference last August, I was inspired to stay involved with the Georgist movement. Detroit was a wakeup call to reality for me — to the existence of a movement with promise and real opportunity to make the world a better place.  It was important to me to follow through with what I challenged the group in Detroit to do, to pick one project to work on during the year and to give it your all. Continue reading

RSF Announces Volume I of The Annotated Works of Henry George

From its inception, the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation has been committed to keeping the works of Henry George in print. This new major venture, which will be published as a six-volume series by Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, seeks to go well beyond that goal, by offering George’s works in a new, scholarly edition which places those works in historical and intellectual context. Continue reading