social-conscienceThe Social Conscience

The author discusses the nature of the Social Conscience and the moral values that it embodies. Seeking to do what is right, motivated by a sympathetic awareness of others, driven by the instinct to care and acknowledging the necessity to share, the Social Conscience expresses innate moral values.

ISBN 978 0 85683 248 2 | Price: £19.95

visitors-smallVisitors

More an allegory than a novel, Visitors describes the impact of beings from a distant planet on the political, economic and spiritual life of Britain and the world

ISBN 9780856832536 | Price: £9.95

cat_standing_for_justice-smallStanding for Justice: A Biography of Andrew MacLaren MP

Redistributing ever-growing levels of taxation has always been the major weapon for alleviating poverty but what is the cause of poverty? Andrew MacLaren MP, inspired by Henry George, saw clearly the underlying reasons. His views, and the solution to this grave social problem, which were endorsed by no less than five Prime Ministers, make fascinating reading.

ISBN 9780856831942 | Price: £12.95

corruption-economicsThe Corruption of Economics

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The mystery of persistent economic failure is explained. The authors accuse the founders of neo-classical economics – the paradigm taught in schools and universities…

ISBN 0 85683 244 8 | Price: £18.95

progress-poverty01Progress and Poverty (Edited and Abridged)

First published in 1879, Progress and Poverty has old millions of copies around the world. This masterpiece of political economy goes to the root cause of why economic development causes wealth and want to increase side by side.

ISBN 978 0 911312 98 0 | Price: £9.95

progress-poverty02Progress and Poverty (Full Ed., Hardback)

First published in 1879, Progress and Poverty has old millions of copies around the world. This masterpiece of political economy goes to the root cause of why economic development causes wealth and want to increase side by side.

ISBN 978 0 911312 79 9 | Price: £24.95

progress-poverty03Progress and Poverty (Full Ed., Paperback)

First published in 1879, Progress and Poverty has old millions of copies around the world. This masterpiece of political economy goes to the root cause of why economic development causes wealth and want to increase side by side.

ISBN 978 0 911312 58 4 | Price:£14.95

science-political-economyThe Science of Political Economy

Henry George realised that the lack of a clear understanding of economics was the main obstacle to realising the reform he proposed in Progress and Poverty. In this book his aim was to set out ‘in clear and systematic form the main principles of political economy’.

ISBN 978 0 911312 48 5 | Price: £10.95

possibility-progressThe Possibility of Progress

Drawing on evolutionary biology, the history of ideas, cultural anthropology, economic history, moral philosophy and social psychology, the book summarises key contributions from each in a style accessible to the general reader.

ISBN 0 85683 226 X | Price: £14.95

rule-lawThe Rule of Law & Other Essays

The challenge of the twenty-first century is how to establish access to the resources of the earth for the whole population so that the able-bodied can support themselves. The welfare state can then be slimmed down to no more than is necessary to provide for the diseased and disabled.

ISBN 0 85683 235 9 | Price: £14.95