The Economic and Social Problem
Lulu Press, Inc, 2014年11月16日
Henry George has clearly demonstrated the part played by land in the process of distribution and as the cause of poverty. Flürscheim demonstrates that he has gone too far, however, in making the monopolization of land solely responsible for the miscarriage of economic progress: He has left out of sight the important role performed by Money in the human tragedy, and he has not even dreamt of the possibility that this despised Money might, after all, play the part of the principal villain. Flürscheim includes the role money plays in the process of distribution and provides an alternative solution to the land question, namely land nationalization.
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