United States History Question of the Day

©Greg Feldmeth 2014

Utopian Thinkers

The single tax was one utopian goal
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Question 1314100

While utopian thinkers Henry Lloyd, Henry George and Edward Bellamy disagreed on some aspects of how to achieve social and economic justice, they agreed on which of the following?

      (A) a heavy tax needed to be placed on land ownership
      (B) all means of production needed to be owned by the government
      (C) change could be achieved without violence in an orderly fashion
      (D) the application of the teachings of Jesus was essential for the creation of a just society
      (E) trusts needed to be eliminated

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