The complete works of henry george i our land and land policy speeches lectures and miscellaneous writings garden city new york doubleday page company 1911. Book digitized by google from the library of harvard university and uploaded to the internet archive by user tpb skip to main content search the history of over 377 billion web pages on the internet our land and land policy national and state item preview. The book has an active table of contents for reads to easy access to each chapter even before the publication of progress and poverty in 1877 henry george published our land and land policy in 1870 this was the first book that henry george developed the philosophy and economic ideology known as . Land and resource policies for the future guided by the past the lands and waters of bristol bay have sustained our people for millennia and our foremost duty is to manage them prudently for future generations cultural traditions and reverence for the land are passed on to our children and also inform bbncs policies. Page 36 a tax upon the value of land is the most equal of all taxes not that it is paid by all in equal amounts or even in equal amounts upon equal means but because the value of land is something which belongs to all and in taxing land values we are merely taking for the use of the community something which belongs to the community which by the necessities of our social organisation we
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