The Coming Hour(?)

TitleThe Coming Hour(?)
Year for Search1927
AuthorsBlakemore,, Felix O.B.E., F.S.S., F.G.I.(1872-1948)
Date Published1927
PublisherSands
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Although there is very advanced technology and pollution has been eliminated, the novel presents a standard anti-socialist dystopia. Tablet food, which is extremely unpopular and not used by the leaders, became necessary because equalizing income required eliminating expensive imports. The people then vote to abolish state control. 

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Author Note

The author (1872-1948) was the President of the National Chamber of Trade.

Full Text

1927 Blakemore, Felix J[ohn], O. B.E., F. S.S., F. G. I. (1872-1948). The Coming Hour(?). With a Foreword by J. Walter Clark, J. P. (v-vii). London: Sands. L, PSt

Although there is very advanced technology and pollution has been eliminated, the novel presents a standard anti-socialist dystopia. Tablet food, which is extremely unpopular and not used by the leaders, became necessary because equalizing income required eliminating expensive imports. The people then vote to abolish state control. The author was the President of the National Chamber of Trade.