The Banker Hypnotized: A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream. A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream.” An Argument for the Free Coinage of Silver

TitleThe Banker Hypnotized: A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream. A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream.” An Argument for the Free Coinage of Silver
Year for Search1896
AuthorsProctor, Thomas H.(b. 1842)
Date Published1896
PublisherProgressive Book Publishing
Place PublishedVineland, NJ
KeywordsMale author
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The protagonist from 1895 Proctor is hypnotized and experiences the eutopia that is possible if power is taken from the capitalists and their bought politicians and restored to the people. Public utilities owned by the government. Labor well paid. Government replaces banks and is the source of all loans and the recipient of all interest.

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1896 Proctor, Thomas H. (b. 1842). The Banker Hypnotized: A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream. A Fiction. Sequel to “The Banker’s Dream.” An Argument for the Free Coinage of Silver. Vineland, NJ: Progressive Book Publishing. ICU

The protagonist from 1895 Proctor is hypnotized and experiences the eutopia that is possible if power is taken from the capitalists and their bought politicians and restored to the people. Public utilities owned by the government. Labor well paid. Government replaces banks and is the source of all loans and the recipient of all interest.