I don’t think it’s incorrect to say that the way land taxes are assessed is close to the root of all humanity’s problems.
Here is a good essay by Michael Hudson, a heterodox Marxy economist: https://www.nakedcapitalism.com/2017/04/land-disappeared-economic-theory.html
One of the things he points out is that modern economic theory treats land as a commodity - but land is NOT a commodity, because you can’t make more of it (seasteading aside), and you can’t destroy it (nuclear weapons aside).
This makes the way we interact with land special and different from the way we interact with other forms of property. Land is not a form of capital - it is not produced by human effort, and it does not increase or decrease in availability. A more accurate formulation is given by Henry George in his famous book “Progress and Poverty”, one of the bestsellers of the nineteenth century: land yields resources which are turned into capital by human labor.
Making land into private property (a practice derived from an ancient feudal habit coincident with the advent of civilized life and the formation of cities) is probably the main source of wealth accumulation and power. Real estate is STILL where the vast majority of human wealth is tied up. Changing (or perhaps removing) the ownership structure of land is probably the most radical act we could undertake to help women, black people, and the rest of humanity, most of whom are still giving up their surplus productivity to landlords in the form of rent.