"Georgism (Henry George) Doesn't Go Far Enough": Part 34: Monetary Reform: Series 1

Scott Baker:

So, Scott, land values change. Land value taxes would change. Land use doesn't always change. How do you make this jibe? If I want to let my land rightly rest, how do I afford the tax?

Bear in mind that my proposals do away with taxes altogether. We don't need them. Also keep in mind that my proposals go further than George's in restoring the Commons. I restore the Commons in full.

Don't fall back on "not politically doable." George's proposals were/are radical enough that if we go that far, we may as well go the whole distance.

Monetary Reform: Series 1: here

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