What are the barriers to LVT?

Saturday, 05 December 2009 14:44
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In response to a question that was circulated recently amongst LVT supporters, I received a list which must come close to being exhaustive. I am not sure whether all the things on the list really are barriers, but even if they were, on that basis, it would still be reasonable to expect support for LVT from politicians, academics and journalists with a commitment to social reform - who together make up a substantial body of power and influence. Yet there is almost none from those whose support should almost be a matter of course. What is going on here? One obstacle, not listed, is that the more enthusiastic advocates of LVT are not always clear about precisely what is being proposed and how it would operate, but even so the lack of interest is still remarkable.

What are the barriers to LVT?

 

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