At 04:10 PM 1/23/98 +0000, you wrote:
>TJ had a term for one who believed that al wealth was found in the
land, in
>fact it was a school of economics.  Do you know this word or term?

I think the term you a searching for is "Physiocrat," which the dictionary
defines as:

"a member of a school of political economists founded in 18th century
France and characterized chiefly by a belief that government policy
should not interefere with the operation of natural economic laws, and
that land is the source of all wealth."

Best wishes,

Eyler Coates