TrineDay’s Roundtable 32  THE EARTH RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE: Land Value Taxation, THE DEFICIT MYTH and the UN Habitat Land Value Tax Project 

-Edward Dodson will present a talk on THE DEFICIT MYTH: Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People’s Economy by Stephanie Kelton. Edward is a researcher and faculty member of the Henry George School of Social Science who promotes Land value taxation as the  key to affordable housing and to rebuilding distressed communities

-Alanna Hartzok will introduce the UN Habitat Land Value Tax Project, a project approved by a UN vote but never implemented and long overdueThe UN-Habitat is the primary agency focusing on adopting policies and actions to create more livable cities, ensure adequate, affordable housing for all, eliminate poverty, improve infrastructure and provide basic services for those living in urban communities.” Alanna is an Earth Rights activist and author of THE EARTH BELONGS TO EVERYONE

Wed. July 17, 2024      FREE Zoom Event  3:00 – 4:30 pm Eastern  RSVP at

Roundtables explore JFK’s Vision of Peace, Henry George’s Economic Justice, and Expanding the Narrative with:

R.A. “Kris” Millegan, host, publisher, writer, researcher, musician

Paul Fitzgerald and Elizabeth Gould, authors, investigative journalists

Bruce de Torres, author, TrineDay marketing and moderator

We recently explored Alexander Hamilton’s American System of economics, which created the greatest periods of industrial growth and wealth in our history, and Robert Morris, whose contributions to America’s founding equaled those of Benjamin Franklin and George Washington. Much of this history has been written out of the official narrative.

At, you’ll find historical analysis for the future. On our  YouTube Channel you’ll find our previous Roundtables.

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