Wealth and Want
... because democracy alone is not enough to produce widely shared prosperity.
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Henry George's Speeches
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"I went one night quite casually into a hall in London, and I heard a man deliver a speech which changed the whole current of my life. That man was an American - Henry George."
- George Bernard Shaw (1856 - 1950), Irish dramatist and Nobel laureate

Ode to Liberty
(1877) -- San Francisco

Moses -- Apostle of Freedom
  (1878)  -- San Francisco

The Crime of Poverty (1885) -- Burlington, Iowa

Thou Shalt Not Steal (1887) -- Anti-Poverty Society, New York City

The Land For the People (1889) -- Toomebridge, County Derry, Ireland

Thy Kingdom Come (1889) - Glasgow, Scotland

Justice the Object — Taxation the Means (1890)  -- San Francisco

 An account of the Armidale Lecture

May, 1890, New South Wales, Australia



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Wealth and Want
... because democracy alone hasn't yet led to a society in which all can prosper