Martin Adams has found a nationwide publisher for his new book Land: A Humanitarian Perspective. In the following article, Martin explains the rationale behind the book.
“In theory, capitalism ought to provide a competitive free market. But we don’t have a free market because land is monopolized: the ownership of land creates what is called an entry monopoly. An entry monopoly occurs whenever a market is closed to new participants because overall supply can’t be increased; and since land is naturally limited for each location, the ownership of land creates an entry monopoly.”