HGF Programe Autumn 2018

Autumn 2018

Meetings at 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ
Courtesy of The School of Economic Science
         
Date        
  Wk No Event Event
28/09/2018 Fri   Wk 1 Group Study  2:30 pm No meeting
05/10/2018 Fri   Wk 2 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
12/10/2018 Fri   Wk 3 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
19/10/2018 Fri   Wk 4 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
26/10/2018 Fri   Wk 5 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
02/11/2018 Fri   Wk 6 Half Term   28/10 - 03/11 Half Term   28/10 - 03/11
09/11/2018 Fri   Wk 7 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
16/11/2018 Fri   Wk 8 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
23/11/2018 Fri   Wk 9 Group Study  2:30 pm To be Advised 6:40 pm
30/11/2018 Fri   Wk 10 Group Study  2:30 pm Group Study 6:40 pm
07/12/2018 Fri   Wk 11 Group Study  2:30 pm No meeting
         
STUDY GROUP:  2:30pm to 4pm: Protection and Free Trade
Presenter: Tommas Graves
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The Group is engaged in regular study and occasional talks presented by members of the Group and others.  The study, this term, will continue considering material from Geroge's Protection and Free Trade.  This is a topical subject, considering the current affairs now being discussed as the United Kingdom, the United States  and elsewhere.
 
STUDY GROUP:  6:40 to 8:10pm  Social Problems
Presenter: David Triggs.
 
The Group is pursuing a fresh study based on the series of the newly published Annotated Works of Henry George.  A new volume has come out each year over the last 3 years.  
Since October of 2017, the Group has used Volume II in this series and examined the chapters of Progress and Poverty which sets out the problem of poverty and introduces remedies. 
Volume III has just been published.   It contains the book Social Problems which is a collection of articles written by George as commissioned by an American Newspaper and later published in book form. This term we will use this book to examine the problems addressed by George which continue to be all too recognisable today.
NB: Real time access to this Group Study is available via Internet Connection - see Newletter for details
         
 ALL WELCOME
You may attend one session or as many as you wish
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