This illustrated talk by Chris Todhunter makes use of Henry George's idea of values from Science of Political Economy to bring some clarity to our understanding of money and wealth.
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Welsh Labour AM Mark Drakeford has given his backing to a “land value tax”.
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The short debate in the Welsh Assembly is well worth listening do. Mark puts across his argument very clearly and distinctly. The response from other members is also very positive
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