One of Yeager's first professional publications, "The Methodology of Henry George
and Carl Menger" (1954a), brought together his knowledge of two important influences on him: Henry George
and the Austrians.
The new Constitution coincided, in fact, with the appearance of Progress and Poverty, Henry George
's classic treatise on the single tax, in which he argued for the abolition of all taxes except a tax on the site value of land.
During the Gilded Age of the 19th Century, Henry George
was a household name in political economic analysis of growth, inequality, and poverty.
The Australian Lectures of Henry George
on the Ownership of Land & other Natural Resources, by John Pullen, 2014, Desert Pea Press, Sydney, ISBN 978 187686 124 7, xiii +225 pp., $34.95
There is good coverage on Ford's importance in attracting support from influential people like Henry George
, author of Progress and Poverty, as well as from labor leaders such as Terrence V.
Fetherstonhaugh is a farm owner, landowner and former forestry commissioner for Wales.
Farmer and the First International Congress of Arab Music (Cairo 1932)
In his classic work on military music, Henry George
Farmer noted that "during the past half-century, literature in all other branches of musical art has grown enormously and is still being poured out at a bewildering rate--yet works treating of military music, of its history, or of its theory, are conspicuously rare, and may be counted almost on the fingers of one hand" (Henry George
Farmer, The Rise if Development of Military Music: Military Music and its Story [London: Wm.
"The story wasn't exactly true." The reality of the game's evolution is one of humble beginnings worlds away from the myth: first in the hands of stenographer and poet Lizzie Magie, who around 1900 devised The Landlord's Game, based on the theories of 19th-century economist Henry George
and his "single tax"; then to a Williams College professor, who taught the game to Quaker friends, who eventually introduced it to their friends in Atlantic City, New Jersey, where the game took on its distinct street and place names.
Oxford don Robert Douglas-Fairhurst tells in The Story of Alice how the dean of Christ Church, the classical scholar Henry George
Liddell and his wife had three daughters - Alice and her sisters who captivated the mathematical genius Dodgson.
She was influenced by the economic theories of Henry George
, who believed that people had a right to own what they fairly created.