1928. Dewey writes: There have been economists of great repute who in their pretension to be scientific have ignored the most significant elements in human nature. There have been others who were emotionally stirred by social ills and who proposed glowing schemes of betterment, but who passed lightly over facts. It is the thorough fusion of insight into actual facts and forces, with recognition of their bearing upon what makes human life worth living, that constitutes Henry George one of the world's great social philosophers. Contents: The Problem; Poverty Not Due to Overpopulation; Land Rent Grows as Community Develops; Land Speculation Causes Reduced Wages; The Basic Cause of Poverty; The Remedy; Simplicity of Method of Introducing Remedy; Why a Land-Value Tax Is Better Than an Equal Tax on all Property; Alleged Difficulty of Distinguishing Land from Improvements; Effect of Remedy upon Wealth Production; Effect of Remedy upon the Sharing of Wealth; Effect of Remedy upon Various Economic Classes; Effect of Remedy Upon Social Ideals; Liberty and Equality of Opportunity; and The Cross of a New Crusade.