from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who advocates the levying of all, or practically all, taxation upon a single object, as land, capital, or consumption; specifically, one who accepts the doctrine of Henry George that all taxes should be levied upon the value of land, exclusive of all improvements due to industry. The measure, if fully carried out, would divert to the government the rent of the land itself.
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Got a tame anarchist there, I hear, and a Mormon, and a Hindu, and a single-taxer.
FOR LAND TAX FAITH it means that an American single-taxer, who has just returned from Great
Dickinson, the single-taxer, was talking bitterly.
I seem really to be doing, I may mention Mr.R. W. Gilder, the poet, as an author who has taken part in the politics of municipal reform, Mr. Hamlin Garland has been known from the first as a zealous George man, or single-taxer.
The movie was an equal opportunity abuser, taking shots at Bill “Don’t ask, don’t tell” Clinton, Newt “Contract with America” Gingrich, single-taxer Steve Forbes, media conglomerates, the insurance and health care industries, deregulation, etc.
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