… spent the last two Wednesdays in Glasgow, helping to organise a new coalition of interests around the concept of rent as public revenue.
They decided to call themselves the Scottish Land Revenue Group. If land and tax reform is to progress in the UK, it will probably begin in Scotland. Here’s why:
Land Reform after the Referendum (click)
Fred Harrison published this article
The recovery of Private Rights
already at August, 6.
Nonetheless, the article may still serve as an amazing and timeless background music to the noise of the voting for Scotland’s independency.
This referendum is also about the control of the natural resources at the coast of Scotland. And it may encourage other European separatist movements to follow the Scottish example.
Let’s wait and see whether or not in the future Great Britain turns out to be: