“Uprooted Peoples”

Title“Uprooted Peoples”
Year for Search1941
AuthorsWells, H[erbert] G[eorge](1866-1946)
Tertiary AuthorsWells, H. G.
Secondary TitleGuide to the New World: A Handbook of Constructive World Revolution
Pagination94-95
Date Published1941
PublisherVictor Gollancz
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Very brief eutopia of a post-war “Britain in a federal world, completely socialist and sharing a common freedom of all mankind…” while there remains a clear continuity with the past, but with what he calls “nomadism” (94). “In a federated world, political forms will cease to be territorial, will be subordinated [95] to world unionism and professionalism” (94-95). In the next essay, “Future Cities” (96-97), he says that in “The British Countryside in 1951” (92-93) and this, he was “trying to Imagine the face of the world in 1951, if civilisation wins the war” (92).

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(1866-1946)

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1941 Wells, H[erbert] G[eorge] (1866-1946). “Uprooted Peoples.” In his Guide to the New World: A Handbook of Constructive World Revolution (London: Victor Gollancz, 1941), 94-95. PSt

Very brief eutopia of a post-war “Britain in a federal world, completely socialist and sharing a common freedom of all mankind…” while there remains a clear continuity with the past, but with what he calls “nomadism” (94). “In a federated world, political forms will cease to be territorial, will be subordinated [95] to world unionism and professionalism” (94-95). In the next essay, “Future Cities” (96-97), he says that in “The British Countryside in 1951” (92-93) and this, he was “trying to Imagine the face of the world in 1951, if civilisation wins the war” (92).