Henry George realized this injustice and how Land Rent could be collected for the common good in 1879, when he wrote Progress and Poverty. Now we can put that realization into practical terms, as this session did with real life examples for the most valuable real estate in the county - New York City!
This is an updated presentation of the one I gave for the school last February, 2014.
Class date: Friday, July 18th 2014
Class time: 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
121 East 30th Street, New York, NY 10016
(30 Street Between Park Avenue & Lexington Avenue)
The video is in 3 parts. Part one has some audio problems in the beginning but once I got going it becomes easier to hear.
Part 3 with Q&A:
The slideshows for this presentation may be found here:
Case studies in new york city property development from Public Banking Institute & Common Ground-NYC
..and with comments, here: