The Industrial Republic; A Study of the America of Ten Years Hence

TitleThe Industrial Republic; A Study of the America of Ten Years Hence
Year for Search1907
AuthorsSinclair, Upton [Beall](1878-1968)
Date Published1907
PublisherDoubleday, Page & Company
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Socialist eutopia brought about by the vote rather than revolution. Industries nationalized. Permanent employment. No servants. Simpler life; no luxuries. No private schools. Cooperative farms. Includes a description of the Helicon Home Colony in Englewood, NJ, where the author lived while writing the book. 

Additional Publishers

U. K. ed. London: William Heinemann, 1907.

Info Notes

Chapter VIII “The Coöperative Home” (259-84) is not included in the Contents. 

Sinclair wrote a number of utopias; see 1903, 1914, 1928, 1933 (2), 1934, 1935 (2), 1936, 1948, and 1950 Sinclair.

Illustration

Illus.

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Author Note

(1878-1968)

Full Text

1907 Sinclair, Upton [Beall] (1878-1968). The Industrial Republic; A Study of the America of Ten Years Hence. Illus. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company. Chapter VIII “The Coöperative Home” (259-84) is not included in the Contents. U. K. ed. London: William Heinemann, 1907. PSt

Socialist eutopia brought about by the vote rather than revolution. Industries nationalized. Permanent employment. No servants. Simpler life; no luxuries. No private schools. Cooperative farms. Includes a description of the Helicon Home Colony in Englewood, NJ, where the author lived while writing the book.