A Constitution for the Brotherhood of Man. The United Communities Bill, and How It Came to Be Written

TitleA Constitution for the Brotherhood of Man. The United Communities Bill, and How It Came to Be Written
Year for Search1957
AuthorsLoutrel, Anna Gtregson (1903-1986)
Date Published1957
PublisherGreenwich Book Publishers
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Constitution for a eutopia of industrial and agricultural communities, called “The United Communities Bill” (22-30), which was drawn up at the Newllano community and  in the U. S.  Senate on April 4, 1933, when it was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry and died in committee. The female author was a member of the community.

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Author Note

The female author (1963-86) was a member of the community.

Full Text

1957 Loutrel, Anna Gregson (1963-86). A Constitution for the Brotherhood of Man. The United Communities Bill, and How It Came to Be Written. New York: Greenwich Book Publishers. DLC, NN

Constitution for a eutopia of industrial and agricultural communities, called “The United Communities Bill” (22-30), which was drawn up at the Newllano community and  in the U. S. Senate on April 4, 1933, when it was referred to the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry and died in committee. The female author was a member of the community.