A Land Value Tax is the Future

A Land Value Tax (LVT) is a tax on the unimproved value of land.

LVT is favored by a wide array of economists: libertarian Milton Friedman who called it “the least bad tax,” Adam Smith (“The Father of Capitalism”), Thomas Paine, David Ricardo, Paul Samuelson, and socialist J. Stitt Wilson.

The tax upon land values is the most just and equal of all taxes…

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