Series Three

PREC Brochures and Publications

Truth About Taxes: The Story of the Great American Tax Shift (1951)

Briefs and questions from a presentation by John H. Poelker” (February 17, 1966)

Twenty-Fourth Annual PREC Report (1974)

Twenty-Fifth Annual PREC Report (1975)

Twenty-Sixth Annual PREC Report (1976)

Members of Missouri House Committee on Equalization and Classification (February 28, 1983)

“Meet the Board” Cocktail and Hors d’oeuvre Reception (December 10, 1987)

Dr. Robert V. Andelson, Henry George and the Reconstruction of Capitalism (1994)


“How to Raise Wages without Raising Prices”

“How to Reduce Spending, Costs and Taxes”

“If You Really Want a Magnificent Free Enterprise Economy…”

“Information concerning the…Public Revenue Education Council”

“Is it Time to Reform the Property Tax?”

“Let’s Abolish Taxes and Use Natural Public Revenue”

“Noah D. Alper Retirement Party – tribute to gentle persistence”

“Property Tax Tied to Blight”

Public Revenue Education Council Brochure

“The Manufacturer vs. The College Professor on Taxation”

“The Future of our Country Depends on Ending the Universal Confusion About Taxes Now”

Reprinted by the PREC

Margaret Sheppard, “Noah Alper Never Stops Arguing for Tax Reform,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, May 26, 1952

Harris Armstrong, “Use and Abuse of Land in St. Louis County,” Saint Louis Construction Record (December 12, 1961)

Roy Wenzlick, “The Fundamental Differences Between Real Estate and Other Commodities,” The Real Estate Analyst, March 19, 1965

PREC advertisements printed in newspapers, April-May 1965

“Mueller Pushes Plan: Tax Land Not Buildings,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, March 8, 1967

E.S. Evans, “Two Visiting Assessors Would Revise Taxes,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch (October 20, 1968)

“Assessor Group Elects Illinois Man as Head,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, October 17, 1968

Walter J. Conlon, “Should U.S. Cities Switch to Land Tax?” Human Events, September 6, 1969

Multiple articles and editorials from 1970

Perry Prentice, “A Proposal to Get the City of St. Louis Going Again,” July 22, 1971

“Urges City to Change Tax Method,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch, July 22, 1971

James Floyd, “City is Advised to Tax Land, Not Improvements, St. Louis Globe-Democrat, July 23, 1971

Perry Prentice, “Is there A Land Shortage Around St. Louis?” House and Home, November 22, 1971

Carl G. Kamp, “A Solution to…The Housing Problem,” April 6, 1972

“Right Remedies for Cities,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, April 14, 1972

Charles E. Burgess, “George’s single tax theory still alive here,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, May 30, 1972

“Two Seeking Homeowner Tax Reforms Speak ere,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, undated

“Curtis Advocates Property Tax Reforms,” St. Louis Globe-Democrat, undated

Raymond Moley, “Liberals, Conservatives Agree…” Los Angeles Times, undated

Authored by Professor Harry Gunnison Brown (undated)

“Incentive Vacant Lots and Your City”

“Expanded Public Housing: Is Labor Leadership Unwittingly Against Labor?”

Capital, America vs. Russia: An Answer to Communism

Socialized vs. Private Enterprise Housing and the War Against Poverty

“Contemporary Interest Theory with Relevant Comments on Keynesism, Communism and Property Rights”

“Housing, Industry and the Cold War: The “Liberal” Policy that Hurts us in all Three”

(with Elizabeth R. Brown) “Taxing Land Values and Exempting Improvements”

“Are Our “Liberals” Really Liberal?”

(with Elizabeth R. Brown) “Can We Avoid Communized Housing”