In Brighter Climes, Or Life in Socioland. A Realistic Novel

TitleIn Brighter Climes, Or Life in Socioland. A Realistic Novel
Year for Search1897
AuthorsChavannes, Albert (1836-1903)
Volume / EditionNew Thought Library, No. 1 (May 1897)
Date Published1897 © 1895
PublisherChavannes and Company
Place PublishedKnoxville, East Tennessee
KeywordsMale author, Swiss author, US author
Annotation

Continuation of 1892 Chavannes. This novel traces the experience of a young couple from the U. S. fleeing unemployment, settling in Socioland, and gradually becoming integrated into its society. There are no rich and poor and all must work; there are few laws and men and women vote directly on legislation; much land and most manufacturing owned in common; and local townships mostly control their own affairs within the general egalitarian structure. See also his The Concentration of Wealth: A Study of its Causes, Results and Remedies. New York: True Nationalist Pub. Co., 1893. He wrote and mostly self-published many works on economic issues and health. 

Holding Institutions

DLC, W3,1000

Author Note

The author (1836-1903) was born in Lausanne, Switzerland and was brought to the U. S. in 1848.(1836-1903)

Full Text

1897 Chavannes, Albert (1836-1903). In Brighter Climes, Or Life in Socioland. A Realistic Novel. New Thought Library, No. 1 (May 1897). © 1895. Knoxville, East Tennessee: Chavannes and Company. DLC, W3,1000

Continuation of 1892 Chavannes. This novel traces the experience of a young couple from the U. S. fleeing unemployment, settling in Socioland, and gradually becoming integrated into its society. There are no rich and poor and all must work; there are few laws and men and women vote directly on legislation; much land and most manufacturing owned in common; and local townships mostly control their own affairs within the general egalitarian structure. See also his The Concentration of Wealth: A Study of its Causes, Results and Remedies. New York: True Nationalist Pub. Co., 1893. Chavannes wrote and mostly self-published many works on economic issues and health. He was born in Lausanne, Switzerland and was brought to the U. S. in 1848.