Henry George was a noted 19th century American political economist who brought significant changes in politics and eco-political theories. He was a great writer who wrote and formulated several theories and economic and political ideologies. Henry George started a brand new philosophical/economic theory which later came to be known as Georgism which spread the thought that an individual owned everything he/she created but everything natural like land was a thing that was to be shared and possessed equally by all humans. He is also known for his very famous book ‘Progress and Poverty’, written during 1879. Henry George was a guiding light in the field of politics and economy as he had propounded the land value tax or the system of single tax levy on land. He was an influential politician and a great economist who brought outstanding changes like Free Trade, Restriction of Chinese Immigration in United States to generate better employment options, state ownership of natural resources and state regulation on natural monopolies of a state. Henry George was a mass mover and a brilliant public speaker and writer who talked on land access and built political bridges between the public and the state.