Robert Clancy

Robert Clancy was born in 1914 and first became interested in the ideas of Henry George when he took Oscar Geiger’s lectures in 1932. In 1940, Clancy became and instructor at the HGSSS. He left in 1942 to serve in World World Two. In 1946, Clancy became the Director of HGSSS, a position he held until 1968. In 1970, Clancy formed and served as the Director of the Henry George Institute. Clancy died in 1995 at the age of 80.

Robert Clancy and William Newcomb, “You and America’s Future”, 1939
“Surrealism and Freedom,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, April 1949
Robert Clancy to the Editor of the New York Sun, October 21, 1949
Robert Clancy to the Editor of the New York Journal, June 4, 1951
“Justice in the Bible,” Henry George News, July 1951
“Then the Heavens Opened,” an extract from A Seed Was Sown, 1952
Charlie Meyer to Robert Clancy, November 25, 1952
“First Seventy-Five Years of the Henry George School,” Henry George News, January 1954
“Preventing Hard Times” Postcard from Harry Olney, 1954
Heinrich Richard, “Georgism in Germany” translated by Robert Clancy, 1955
“The State is Omnipresent in the Life of Mr. American” translated by Robert Clancy, 1955
John Hatherley to Robert Clancy, April 12, 1956
W.M. Curtiss to Robert Clancy, April 18, 1957
“Five and Twenty School Years,” 1957
Robert Clancy to the Editor of Business Week, March 25, 1959
Colin Unwin to Henry George School, August 29, 1959
P.I. Prentice to Robert Clancy, August 2, 1962
Memo with letters from L. Kobak to Robert Clancy, October 30, 1963
Lawrence Koback to Robert Clancy, June 28, 1964
Arch McColl to Robert Clancy, July 5, 1964
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors, February 1966
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors, July 1966
“A Word With You” Henry George News, October 1966
Robert Clancy to Teachers, January 1967
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors, March 1967
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors and Teachers, August 1967
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors, November 1967
Robert Clancy to Extension Directors, February 1968
Memorandum on the Henry George School, February 1972
Postcard to Robert Clancy, undated
Archibald [McColl?] to Robert Clancy, undated
“An Exercise in the Theory of Rent,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, undated