Eurekanian Paternalism. For an economic expedition to explore and exploit Eurekania, the New State in the Realm of Utopia. With Aims and Plans of Providence, final and immediate, for the Development of the Latent Qualities and Resources inherent in Society under Advanced Organization, Production and Distribution through the Administration, eventually, of a Non-Politic, Quasi-Public Economic Institution, which shall be promoted, in the early stages of its development, by a Foundation Society and other Subsidiary Organizations

TitleEurekanian Paternalism. For an economic expedition to explore and exploit Eurekania, the New State in the Realm of Utopia. With Aims and Plans of Providence, final and immediate, for the Development of the Latent Qualities and Resources inherent in Society under Advanced Organization, Production and Distribution through the Administration, eventually, of a Non-Politic, Quasi-Public Economic Institution, which shall be promoted, in the early stages of its development, by a Foundation Society and other Subsidiary Organizations
Year for Search1923
AuthorsPauer, Louis
Date Published1923
PublisherNp
Place PublishedCleveland, OH
KeywordsMale author, US author
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Odd version of a cooperative eutopia that combines considerable public control and privately owned corporations with limits on profit. 

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See also 1923 Pauer The Day of Judgment.

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Pauer, Louis. Eurekanian Paternalism. For an economic expedition to explore and exploit Eurekania, the New State in the Realm of Utopia. With Aims and Plans of Providence, final and immediate, for the Development of the Latent Qualities and Resources inherent in Society under Advanced Organization, Production and Distribution through the Administration, eventually, of a Non-Politic, Quasi-Public Economic Institution, which shall be promoted, in the early stages of its development, by a Foundation Society and other Subsidiary Organizations. Cleveland, OH: Np. DLC

Odd version of a cooperative eutopia that combines considerable public control and privately owned corporations with limits on profit. See also 1923 Pauer The Day of Judgment.