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Re: Chicago Georgists?

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  • DavidH
    Thanks, Wyn. (Anybody else know of others?) Interesting about the confluence of Hoyt, Friedman & Samuelson. And how Samuelson s introduction to economics was a
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 10, 2010
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      Thanks, Wyn.

      (Anybody else know of others?)

      Interesting about the confluence of Hoyt, Friedman & Samuelson.

      And how Samuelson's introduction to economics was a lecture on Malthus....

      david harrell.
    • Edward Dodson
      David Harrell wrote: (Anybody else know of others?) Interesting about the confluence of Hoyt, Friedman & Samuelson. And how Samuelson s introduction to
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 11, 2010
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        David Harrell wrote:

        (Anybody else know of others?)
        Interesting about the confluence of Hoyt, Friedman & Samuelson.
        And how Samuelson's introduction to economics was a lecture on Malthus....

        Ed Dodson here:
        For much of the first 30-40 years of the 20th century, Chicago rivaled New
        York as the largest center of "Henry George men" (and women) in the U.S.

        Francis Neilson (former British M.P., author of "How Diplomats Make War" and
        a long list of books thereafter) lived there for some time and lectured at
        the University of Chicago from time to time, as well as at the Henry George
        School in Chicago. Neilson and other "Henry George men" established a
        relationship of some sort with Robert M. Hutchins, President of the
        University of Chicago during the 1930s to the early 1950s.
      • DavidH
        Thanks, Ed. Also thanks for the encyclopedia of information you have collected at your site, which yielded several more names. - David Harrell
        Message 3 of 5 , Feb 12, 2010
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          Thanks, Ed. Also thanks for the encyclopedia of information you have collected at your site, which yielded several more names.

          - David Harrell



          --- In LandCafe@yahoogroups.com, "Edward Dodson" <ejdodson@...> wrote:
          >
          > David Harrell wrote:
          >
          > (Anybody else know of others?)
          > Interesting about the confluence of Hoyt, Friedman & Samuelson.
          > And how Samuelson's introduction to economics was a lecture on Malthus....
          >
          > Ed Dodson here:
          > For much of the first 30-40 years of the 20th century, Chicago rivaled New
          > York as the largest center of "Henry George men" (and women) in the U.S.
          >
          > Francis Neilson (former British M.P., author of "How Diplomats Make War" and
          > a long list of books thereafter) lived there for some time and lectured at
          > the University of Chicago from time to time, as well as at the Henry George
          > School in Chicago. Neilson and other "Henry George men" established a
          > relationship of some sort with Robert M. Hutchins, President of the
          > University of Chicago during the 1930s to the early 1950s.
          >
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