Progress & Poverty, movies, book discussion, and a robbery tour

Yes, we remain confident that what you can learn at the Henry George School provides an essential perspective, available in only a few places, on how the world works, why things usually go wrong despite (sometimes) good intentions, and a proposal by (but not entirely original to) a brilliant American philosopher and economist to solve […]

Feb 10 Monday 6 PM: No Farms No Food

Since earliest civilizations, humans have recognized that food is a product of farmland (and, yes, pastureland, fisheries, etc) and have managed to cultivate enough land to feed themselves. Yet today we routinely convert farmland to urban use. American Farmland Trust (AFT) seek to ensure continued agricultural use of some land by buying development rights from […]

Sep 18 Wed 6PM American Monetary Act

Leading up the the 2013 Monetary Reform Conference, Bob Jene will examine the American Monetary Institute‘s proposed Monetary Reform Act. This amendment to the U S Constitution will be compared to Henry George’s ideas on money.  Steve Zarlenga‘s analysis of Henry George’s ideas, showing George was an important monetary reformer, will also be discussed. (Zarlenga is […]

Thurs, July 25 6 PM: No Farms, No Food

Since earliest civilizations, humans have recognized that food is a product of farmland (and, yes, pastureland, fisheries, etc) and have managed to cultivate enough land to feed themselves. Yet today we routinely convert farmland to urban use. American Farmland Trust (AFT) seek to ensure continued agricultural use of some land by buying development rights from […]