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They’re not making it anymore

Land is a necessity for human existence and remains the original source of all wealth. Yet bankers, economists, and politicians have simplistically lumped land and capital together, so apparently now they mean the same thing. So why, as a society, have we chosen to eliminate land from the economic calculus? The consequences have been far reaching. Host Ross Ashcroft is joined by writers and economists Laurie MacFarlane and Josh Ryan-Collins.

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