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Land value taxation to REPLACE all other taxes.
If you are not familiar with what a LVT is here is a quick explanation from Wikipedia: A land value tax (or site valuation tax) is a levy on the unimproved value of land only. It is an ad valorem tax on land that disregards the value of buildings, personal property and other improvements. A land value tax (LVT) is different from other property taxes, which are taxes on the whole value of real estate: the combination of land, buildings, and improvements to the site.
Although the economic efficiency of a land value tax has been established knowledge since Adam Smith, it was perhaps most famously promoted by Henry George. In his best selling work Progress and Poverty (1879), George argued that when the site or location value of land was improved by public works, its economic rent was the most logical source of public revenue.