The Economic Wisdom of Henry GeorgeRediscovered
The dominant economic paradigm today is called the "free-market" system. This system produces some dismal outcomes, including chronic unemployment, poverty, welfare dependency, and the vastly uneven distribution of wealth.
Henry George, an almost forgotten economist who died in 1897, predicted these problems and showed a way out. Through this collection of George's speeches, readers can rediscover his deep understanding of economics and his vision for a path to prosperity.
Author: Henry George
Editor: Mark Hassed
Paperback 172 pp
2000 Chatsworth Village