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HGF Programe Summer 2018

Meetings at 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ
       
Courtesy of The School of Economic Science
       
Summer 2018
       
Date Wk No 2:30pm Group 6:40pm Group
       
04/05/2018   Wk 0 The Science of Political Economy No meeting
11/05/2018   Wk 1 The Science of Political Economy No meeting
18/05/2018   Wk 2 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
25/05/2018   Wk 3 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
01/06/2018   Wk 4 HALF  TERM HALF  TERM
08/06/2018   Wk 5 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
15/06/2018   Wk 6 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
22/06/2018   Wk 7 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
29/06/2018   Wk 8 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
06/07/2018   Wk 9 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
13/07/2018   Wk 10 The Science of Political Economy Progress and Poverty
20/07/2018   Wk 11 The Science of Political Economy No meeting
       
STUDY GROUP   2.30pm to 4pm: The Science of Policital Economy
Presenter: Tommas Graves
       
The Group is engaged in regular study and occasional talks presented by members of the Group and others.  The study, this term, will focus on Book V of The Science of Political Economy which deals with the challenging subject of Money - the medium of exchange and a measure of value.  
 
STUDY GROUP  6:40 to 8:10pm  Progress and Poverty
Presenter: David Triggs.
       
Progress and Poverty (Volume II in the newly published Annotated Works of Henry George series) will continue to be the subject of study by this Group.   Much clarity has been found in the study of George‚Äôs examination of capital and its function; the sources of wages; population and subsistence; the correlation of the laws of rent, wages and interest.  The summer term will provide an opportunity to recapitulate on all of this and lead into the distribution of wealth and the persistence of poverty.   
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
ADMISSION FREE - voluntary donations optional
The Henry George Foundation of Great Britain is a company limited by guarantee,
 registered in England ,company no 00956714, Charity No: 259194 and in Scotland SC0044360
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