Joshua King Ingalls’ essay “Henry George Examined: Should Land Be Nationalized or Individualized?” is now available in the archive. This is the classic encounter between the mutualist land reform doctrine of Ingalls and George’s single-tax scheme. This version was taken from the supplement to Liberty, October 14, 1882, and differs slightly from the version incorporated in Ingalls’ Reminiscences.
W. H. Van Ornum, “Wheelbarrow and Land Values,” The Open Court, 3, 80 (March 7, 1889), 1506. WHEELBARROW AND LAND VALUES. To the Editor of The Open Court:— * * * Wheelbarrow seems to be […]
PHOTOGRAPHYJoshua King Ingalls [American People’s Journal of Science, Literature, and Art, January 1850, p. 42.] THE employment of light as an agent in copying, or drawing, was suggested as early as the commencement of the […]
[one_third padding=”0 10px 0 0px”] Joshua King Ingalls (1816 – 1898) [/one_third][two_third_last padding=”0 0px 0 10px”] WORK AND WEALTH. I HAVE chosen the above terms in preference to Labor and Capital, because they convey more […]