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SCI director, Edward Dodson, has developed a growing series of narrated Powerpoint presentations, available at no cost. Teachers will find lectures on Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Paine, Winston Churchill, Henry George, and other historical figures, as well as on the state of the United States and global economy. Here is the link to access these PRESENTATIONS



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Thoughts
for the
Millenium

  • When government uses taxation to take what we earn with our labor, that is theft, pure and simple.
  • When government fails to charge landowners for the privilege of controlling a portion of a community or country, this is corruption, pure and simple.
  • When the monetary value of locations and natural resource lands become the primary source of public revenue, and production and commerce are freed from taxation, that will be justice, pure and simple.



THE LIFE AND WORK OF THOMPAS PAINE:

A CHRONOLOGY


CORRESPONDENCE OF THOMAS JEFFERSON


HENRY GEORGE PAGE


Extensive excerpts this volume on the history of labor in the United States of America.

The Freeman:
the Georgist Years


OUR RECORD
AS BUILDERS


WHAT A CIRCUS!


HUMOR BREAK


ATTENTION TEACHERS

The Henry George School of California also provides innovative instruction material for high school social studies teachers. Read more about InterStudent, a program with over a quarter century of success in the classroom.

A LOOK AT


LESSONS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY

The Wisdom of Calvin and Hobbes