The Industrial Public. A Plan of Social Reconstruction in Line with Evolution

TitleThe Industrial Public. A Plan of Social Reconstruction in Line with Evolution
Year for Search1921
AuthorsFowler, Horace(b. 1848), and Fowler, Samuel(b. 1821)
Date Published1921
PublisherH.N. Fowler Co
Place PublishedLos Angeles, CA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia. Common ownership of property frees women from the marriage bond and dependence on men. Vegetarian. There is a “Constitution” with comments on pp. 210-24. This is followed by the “Covenant” that members would sign on pp. 224-35.

Info Notes

The first part of the book (1-58) is by Horace N. Fowler. The second part (69-245) is by his father Samuel T. Fowler, who describes himself as a Professor of Genetics, and his section of the book is a revised reprint of his Genetics A New System of Learning: Based of the Analogies Comprised in a Complete Abstract of the Requirements of Genetive Law, As They Apply to the Origin and Production, Or to the Source and Genesis of the Star, Plant, Zoonic and Societary Worlds. Philadelphia, PA: Geo. A. Fowler, 1882. No original appears to exist. He was, in fact, a phrenologist like his much better known brothers, Orson Squire Fowler (1809-1907) and Lorenzo N. Fowler (d. 1896).

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Author Note

Horace N. (b. 1848) and Samuel T. (b. 1821)

Full Text

1921 Fowler, Horace N. (b. 1848) and Samuel T. Fowler (b. 1821). The Industrial Public. A Plan of Social Reconstruction in Line with Evolution. Los Angeles, CA: H. N. Fowler Co. The first part of the book (1-58) is by Horace N. Fowler. The second part (69-245) is by his father Samuel T. Fowler, who describes himself as a Professor of Genetics, and his section of the book is a revised reprint of his Genetics A New System of Learning: Based of the Analogies Comprised in a Complete Abstract of the Requirements of Genetive Law, As They Apply to the Origin and Production, Or to the Source and Genesis of the Star, Plant, Zoonic and Societary Worlds. Philadelphia, PA: Geo. A. Fowler, 1882. No original appears to exist. He was, in fact, a phrenologist like his much better-known brothers, Orson Squire Fowler (1809-1907) and Lorenzo N. Fowler (d. 1896). DLC, PSt

Eutopia. Common ownership of property frees women from the marriage bond and dependence on men. Vegetarian. There is a “Constitution” with comments on pp. 210-24. This is followed by the “Covenant” that members would sign on pp. 224-35.