John Bull: Socialist

TitleJohn Bull: Socialist
Year for Search1909
AuthorsEverett, Frances
Date Published1909
PublisherSwan Sonnenschein & Co.
Place PublishedLondon
Annotation

Standard anti-socialist dystopia. Financial problems so that pensioners are barely kept alive. Stresses the problems of majority rule such as restrictions on women because men were the majority. Failures by the state lead to it becoming more ruthless. Revolt and a return to capitalism.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. as by Edward Prince as Wake Up, England! Being the Amazing Story of John Bull–Socialist. Westminster, Eng.: St. Stephen’s Press, 1910

Info Notes

No information on which name is the pseudonym. There is no indication of it being a reprint, and it is not identified as such by libraries. O and TCD have by Frances Everett Whiting.

Title Note

Rpt. as by Edward Prince as Wake Up, England! Being the Amazing Story of John Bull–Socialist. Westminster, Eng.: St. Stephen’s Press, 1910

Holding Institutions

L, NN, O, TCD

Full Text

1909 Everett, Frances. John Bull: Socialist. London: Swan Sonnenschein & Co. Rpt. as by Edward Prince as Wake Up, England! Being the Amazing Story of John Bull–Socialist. Westminster, Eng.: St. Stephen’s Press, 1910. No information on  which name is the pseudonym. There is no indication of it being a reprint, and it is not identified as such by libraries. O and TCD have by Frances Everett Whiting. L, NN, O, TCD

Standard anti-socialist dystopia. Financial problems so that pensioners are barely kept alive. Stresses the problems of majority rule such as restrictions on women because men were the majority. Failures by the state lead to it becoming more ruthless. Revolt and a return to capitalism.