Re:RSF's $40,000 // Monopoly history // Intellectual Property issues
- Richard wrote:
>As a private operating foundation RSF has moved toSuch a businesslike operating model is not necessarily the
>funding projects with actual products paid for mostly at
>the time of delivery.
way Georgist organizations should go, either. If there
were any profits to be made teaching Georgist theory,
someone would be making them.
>Too bad that that wasn't the policy back then. It's waterI assumed good faith at the RSF (something I do not assume
>over the dam, and it was a mistake but one made in good
>faith by RSF.
at the Lincoln Institute). The question was how much
wasting of endowment income still goes on at Georgist
organizations, in good faith or otherwise. Michael Hudson
seems to think it is quite a lot, and he is certainly in a
better position to know than I am.
>The Landlord's Game - Monopoly - Brer Fox an' Brer Rabbitis >interesting. It's not just an irrelevant sidelight.
>(the Scottish Landlord's Game variant from 1913) history
The game has some relevance. The inventor's bio, not so
>Important insights into intellectual property issuesWhatever is relevant to IP theory in Lizzie Magee's life
>display themselves as this story continues to play itself
>out - now for over 100 years.
can probably be stated on one page. $1K would be a lot to
pay for a page of biographical info, let alone $40K.
-- Roy Langston
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