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Fred Harrison: The Bridge, how infrastructure is a wealth transfer

Fred Harrison talks about the way in which infrastructure spending can result in a wealth transfer which largely goes uncollected, compelling viewing.

Ghost town Ireland

This video is Fred Harrison doing what he does best, talking about the Henry George concept of rent seeking via land values and the need to tax same.
Georgism is a largely overlooked thesis unfortunately, but this is an opportunity to see one of its proponents putting forward a compelling case.

Site Value Tax: 10 points in favour of it

Of the main changes we could consider in the near future from a national taxation perspective, none holds the potential for positive outcomes to the same extent as Land Value Tax (LVT) or Site Value Tax (SVT). Below are several points looking at why this is the case: