Henry George pops up in all sorts of contexts…

Here’s a proposal to fund education in “developing” countries using the increased land value which results as the general level of education improves.  Nothing wrong with that, but why limit it to countries where governments are likely to be dishonest and the quality of assessment may be poor?  Why isn’t it equally applicable in, well, Canada, where these people seem to be, or Chicago, or anywhere else where funds for education are needed?

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