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HGF Programe Summer 2019

Meetings at 11 Mandeville Place, London W1U 3AJ
         
Courtesy of The School of Economic Science
         
Summer 2019 Study Programme
         
Date   Wk No Afternoon Group Evening Group
03/05/2019     Wk 1 Meeting No Meeting
10/05/2019     Wk 2 Meeting No Meeting
17/05/2019 Fri   Wk 3 Meeting Meeting
24/05/2019 Fri   Wk 4 Meeting Meeting
31/05/2019 Fri   Wk 5 Half Term: no meeting Half Term: no meeting
07/06/2019 Fri   Wk 6 Meeting Meeting
14/06/2019 Fri   Wk 7 Meeting Meeting
21/06/2019 Fri   Wk 8 Meeting Meeting
28/06/2019 Fri   Wk 9 Meeting Meeting
05/07/2019 Fri   Wk 10 Meeting Talk:  with Eddie Barnett
12/07/2019 Fri   Wk 11 Meeting Meeting
19/07/2019 Fri   Wk 12 Meeting No Meeting
         
STUDY GROUP:  2:30pm to 4pm: Protection and Free Trade
Presenter: Tommas Graves
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The Afternoon Study Group will study George's Our Land and Land Policy beginning with Fred Foldvary's essay from Vol I of the Annotated Works. There will also be sessions with visiting speakers and poetry.
         
STUDY GROUP:  6:40 to 8:10pm  Social Problems, The Condition of Labour
Presenter: David Triggs.
         
Volume III, in the series The Annotated Works of Henry George published in 2018 will continue to provide material for study in the summer term including sessions on George's Social Problems and The Condition of Labour.   David will lead the Group in further exploration of Social Problems and George's letter to Pope Leo XIII entitled The Condition of Labour.
NB: Real time access to above sessions available via Internet Connection - see Newsletter for details
         
Eddie Barnett will join us on the 5th July when he will present a special talk on The Diggers- an agrarian movement which arose in England in the 17th century.   
 ALL WELCOME
You may attend one session or as many as you wish
ADMISSION FREE - voluntary donations please
         
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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