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The Detroit Jewish News, 1979-01-19

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, January 19, 1919

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Hope for 1979 Through the Pages of History

By DAVID SCHWARTZ
(Copyright 1979, JTA, Inc.)

NEW YORK — What will
1979 be like? Does the
number 9 mean anything
mor,e than any other
number? The people who
first went to California were
called the Forty-Niners.
Gold was found there in
1849. That's a long way
back.
But 1879 is not so far
back. Only a hundred years
ago. Everybody can re-
member that. American
Jews especially. That was
the year Ulysses. Grant vis-
ited Jerusalem.
Remember old General
Grant. Always puffing
away at his cigar! He had
visited the Western Wall in
Jerusalem on a world tour.
It was on his return from
that world tour that there
developed a third term
boom for Grant for
President, but it petered
out. James Garfield instead
was nominated and elected
and shortly after his elec-
tion, assassinated. Chester
A. Arthur became
President.
Three years before — in
1876 — there was held the
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independence and it was
then that the telephone
invention was first ex-
hibited. It was a great in-
vention. With the tele-
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and say you weren't corn-
ing home for dinner.
Speaking about dinner, a
lot of fuss was made about it
in 1879. The fact is the
country was in something of
an economic depression. It
was in that year that Henry
George came out with his
recipe for making sure that
everyone would have his
dinner. His great work
"Progress and Poverty" first
appeared in 1879. He had a
hard time getting it pub-
lished, but it sold like hot
cakes — over a million
copies.
George argued that the
basic cause of poverty was
land monopoly and he urged
the single tax as the solu-
tion. He said that land value
is produced by the growth of
population and so belongs to
the whole people, so he
would remove all taxes and
take instead the land value
as the single tax.
No one would then be able
to make any profits
speculating in land, so land
would be cheap and since
there would be no tax on
building, there would be a
great deal of building. So
rents would be very low and
with the savings in rent,
people would have money
for other things, so produc-

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tion and employment in
general would be stimu-
lated. Instead of three men
competing for one job, three
jobs would be competing for
every man. So wages would
rise and everyone who
wanted work would have it.
George made one of his
first speeches about it be-
fore the San Francisco
Young Men's Hebrew
Association. He said the
real originator of the idea
was Moses, who directed
that every 50 years the
land be redistributed.
Some people who were to
make history were born in
1879. There was a family in
Russia named Bronstein.
They had a child named
Leon. He wasn't very
Jewish minded and he
didn't like the name Brons-
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Trotsky. He became very
prominent as you may re-
member.

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Floridians Install
Officers at Dinner

Detroit Floridians Club
installed Irwin Borkin as
president at its installation
dinner and cruise at the
Hidden Harbor in Florida.
Other officers are Grace
Kaufman, Jack Lippson and
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presidents; Charlotte Bag-
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Einstein Tribute

NEW YORK (ZINS) —
The heads of a number of
American Jewish organiza-
tions have been invited to
Germany for the March 13
celebration in the city of
Ulm of the 100th anniver-
sary of the birth of Albert
Einstein.
The trip is arranged and
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There are many problems
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