Our Common Wealth. July 1, 1937. Vol 1. No. 5. Official Publication of the San Francisco-East Bay Chapters of the Henry George Fellowship. N. D. Alper, T. L. Brazell.

Our Common Wealth. July 1, 1937. Vol 1. No. 5. Official Publication of the San Francisco-East Bay Chapters of the Henry George Fellowship.

San Francisco: Henry George Fellowship, presumed Publisher, 1937. Wraps. Good. Item #010025
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Pamphlet style magazine, approximately 8 by 6 inches. 12 pages. A single issue of this work devoted to economics, social science and topics related to Henry George and his single tax theory. This includes mentions of various scheduled events, discussions on economic theory, etc. With the printing of a short speech 'The American Republic,' given by Henry George on July 4, 1877, in San Francisco. Devoted to the work of Henry George, an American economist and philosopher who expounded on a single tax theory regarding distribution of wealth. His work was influential in 19th century politics, earning him many adherents and admirers, even into the 20th century. GOOD condition. Name stamp and postage stamp on the rear cover, that of C. Le Baron Goeller. Heavy browning to the paper, which is rather brittle. Minor soiling and a large faint yellowish stain to the front page. Light edgewear.

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