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Each edition contains leading stories from around the world on the importance of harnessing economic rent. Our new Editor Andy Moore is looking forward to bringing us a balanced view of how economic rights enhance civil rights.
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Sample a Previous Article from Progress Magazine
- Using Georgist Insights to Make Sense of the World
- Progess Edition 1103
- Home Buyer’s Strike and the Housing Bubble Bursts
- Inequality in Western Europe
- The Counter-Enlightenment
- Raising Revenue from Mineral Deposits
- New Look Progress Magazine
- The Economy in Palliative Care
- Economic Crisis Unveils Policy Vacuum
- The Economics of Climate Chaos
- The Crash of 2008
- E.J Craigie
- Should Resource Rents Count as National Savings?
- “The Banana Cannot Have The Tax!”
- Aussie News and Views
- Thomas Jefferson (1743 – 1826)
- The Rent of Italy
- The Economics of Royalty
The Short Stories section is always full of goodies. The back cover showpieces an important Georgist figure from our grand history like Sir Stamford Raffles (PDF, 315KB). Once you’ve read an edition of Progress you will be full of new insights to enliven any dinner party.
We have carefully maintained a library of the magazine’s history for members to come and enjoy in the comforts of our Hardware Lane office. Articles like ‘ “Argus” Economics – High Rents Good, but High Wages a Scandal’ (Progress April 1st, 1907) hit you between the eyes with the speed they delve into the source of many problems.
We also have a vast array of journals from around the world. It is remarkable to sit back and enjoy the writings of the ‘Strolling Reporter’ and his investigations into economic segregation in Harlem (1942). With just a quick flick you can soon be back in 1893, reading about “The Modern Juggernaut” or standing in Carnegie Hall, New York with our on the spot reporter at the first political convention for Women’s Suffrage (Chicago’s ‘The Public’, Nov 5, 1909)