The Centralization and Decentralization of Government and Taxes

Can today’s policy makers and researchers effectively draw on the ideas of 19th-century philosopher Henry George to help solve 21st-century problems? This compendium presents eight essays by scholars who demonstrate that many of George’s ideas about land use and taxation remain valuable today. Policy makers still face Henry George’s fundamental challenge—to balance private property rights and public interests in land.

  • Date: June 1997
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  • Publication Type: Chapters
  • Publication: Land Use and Taxation (Lincoln Institute of Land Policy)