and especially meta777 and Roy L, however, the basis of the argument is that LAND is the source of all evil and that it should be taxed. Thus, LAND is the basis of income and wealth inequality in the USA. I don't see that as a reality. I see wealth still defined by USA dollars with inheritance and cronyism FAR more pervasive and problematic than LAND. When the USA dollar collapses, the land taxation is a very fair and logical argument to control those that take control of land in the future. As of right now, I see land owners fighting tighter margins that oil refineries, steel or computer chip makers. If you want to reform the system, target the problem and not a convenient scapegoat for the problem. Food availability and price as of this second in the USA are non-issues.