George, Henry (1839 - 1897)
- Activist and Theorist
Henry George is best known for his advocacy of a single tax on land values as a replacement for all other taxes. His thought exercised some sway in Australia amongst radicals in the late nineteenth century, particularly in South Australia.
See Henry George, Progress and Poverty (1879).
See Bede Nairn, 'George, Henry (1839 - 1897)', Australian Dictionary of Biography Online.
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