HENRY GEORGE by Albert Jay Nock


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Clearcut, careful evaluation of the man and his work, written especially for the Henry George Centenary Year, which is a sincere tribute to the essential goodness of the man and the power of his thinking. Traces the influence of poverty and joblessness on his philosophy, his conditioning by the type of society in which he lived, and the importance of his writings. There is a careful examination of the right and wrong of his thinking and the misunderstanding he had of many things. Intelligent reading and a fresh reappraisal.

Pub Date: Aug. 23rd, 1939
Publisher: Morrow