Henry George Quotes

The march of invention has clothed mankind with powers of which a century ago the boldest imagination could not have dreamt.

That amid our highest civilization men faint and die with want is not due to the niggardliness of nature, but to the injustice of man.

Let no man imagine that he has no influence. Whoever he may be, and wherever he may be placed, the man who thinks becomes a light and a power.

There is a growing unrest and bitterness among the masses whatever be the form of government, a blind groping for escape from conditions becoming intolerable. To attribute all this to the teaching of demagogues is like attributing fever to the quickened pulse.

How can a man be said to have a country when he has not right of a square inch of it.