The Coming Terror; or, The Australian Revolution. A Romance of the Twentieth Century

TitleThe Coming Terror; or, The Australian Revolution. A Romance of the Twentieth Century
Year for Search1894
AuthorsRosa, S[amuel] A[lbert](1866-1940)
Tertiary AuthorsRosa, S. A.
Date Published1894
PublisherAuthor
Place PublishedSydney, NSW, Australia
KeywordsAustralian author, Male author
Annotation

Socialist eutopia. Nationalization. Cheap money, free land, no interest, no lawyers, universal suffrage. Four hour work day; pension at 45. About half the text concerns the problems of the transition to socialism.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as Oliver Spence, The Australian Caesar, or The Coming Terror. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Author, 1895. Except for a one page "To the Reader" in the first edition calling for peaceful rather than violent change, the texts are identical.

Title Note

Rpt. as Oliver Spence, The Australian Caesar, or The Coming Terror. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Author, 1895.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Australian author (1866-1940).

Full Text

1894 Rosa, S[amuel] A[lbert] (1866-1940). The Coming Terror; or, The Australian Revolution. A Romance of the Twentieth Century. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Author. Rpt. as Oliver Spence, The Australian Caesar, or The Coming Terror. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Author, 1895. Except for a one page “To the Reader” in the first edition calling for peaceful rather than violent change, the texts are identical. M

Socialist eutopia. Nationalization. Cheap money, free land, no interest, no lawyers, universal suffrage. Four hour work day; pension at 45. About half the text concerns the problems of the transition to socialism. Australian author.