An Address--supposed to be spoken on 24 January, 1992

TitleAn Address--supposed to be spoken on 24 January, 1992
Year for Search1941
AuthorsFreeman, Arnold
Pagination20 pp.
Date Published1941
PublisherAuthor
Place PublishedSheffield, Eng.
KeywordsMale author
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A eutopia in essay form inspired by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the Austrian founder of Anthroposophy, and which mentions his “threefold social commonwealth.” The date is the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of the World-Commonwealth of Mankind. Business and education are supposed to be free from state interference but policy is still set by Parliament. Charter of Workers’ Rights–shorter working day, better working conditions, and increased rates of pay. Stress on the “production of food, clothing, houses, cigars and all the other essentials of existence” (13).

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1941 Freeman, Arnold. An Address–supposed to be spoken on 24 January, 1992. Sheffield, Eng.: Author. Ptd. for private circulation only. 20 pp. I

A eutopia in essay form inspired by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), the Austrian founder of Anthroposophy, which mentions his “threefold social commonwealth.” The 1992 date is the 50th anniversary of the inauguration of the World-Commonwealth of Mankind. Business and education are supposed to be free from state interference but policy is still set by Parliament. Charter of Workers’ Rights–shorter working day, better working conditions, and increased rates of pay. Stress on the “production of food, clothing, houses, cigars and all the other essentials of existence” (13).