Wealth and Want
... because democracy alone is not enough to produce widely shared prosperity.
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John Dewey

An Appreciation of Henry George — preface to Harry Gunnison Brown's 1928 abridgement of Progress and Poverty, Significant Paragraphs from Henry George's Progress and Poverty

Steps to Economic Recovery — a radio address from April, 1933



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