Right on the streets of every American community, robbery takes place every day. How can local, state, and national governments claim they need to tax our labor, when there is so much real value that the community creates but fails to collect? On this walk through central Chicago, we’ll see some of this value, understand who takes it and what it costs us all. Along the way we’ll discuss what a free market is, and how it could make the city a better place.
HGS President Chuck Metalitz is your guide for this tour, which departs 1 PM on June 16 from 28 E. Jackson #1004. Hardcopy sourced notes will be provided. A donation of $10 (cash or check, please) is requested, but this is waived for anyone who was enrolled at the School during 2011 or 2012, as well as contributing members.
This tour was earlier scheduled for June 13, but due to a conflict is now set for Saturday, June 16, leaving 28 E Jackson #1004 at 1 PM.