John Smith, Emperor

TitleJohn Smith, Emperor
Year for Search1944
AuthorsGallego, S[erapio] G[onzalez](1883-1944)
Tertiary AuthorsGallego, S. G.
Date Published1944
PublisherGuild Press
Place PublishedSt. Paul, MN
KeywordsMale author, Spanish author, US author
Annotation

Authoritarian eutopia in which everything considered immoral is illegal. The examples given are “1. Divorce. 2. Indecent prints, books, or magazines. 3. Publications of a blasphemous nature or those that vilify the religious beliefs of others. 4. Moving pictures which violate public decency and tend to wrongly influence the people, together with immoral theatrical and indecent night club performances. 5. Books that glorify crime in any form” (39-40). According to the “Foreword”, the eutopia is based on the “Peace Program of Pope Pius XII” (1876-1958. Pope 1939-58).

Holding Institutions

DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Author Note

The author (1883-1944) was born in Spain and lived most of his life in the U. S.

Full Text

1944 Gallego, S[erapio] G[onzalez] (1883-1944). John Smith, Emperor. St. Paul, MN: Guild Press. DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Authoritarian eutopia in which everything considered immoral is illegal. The examples given are “1. Divorce. 2. Indecent prints, books, or magazines. 3. Publications of a blasphemous nature or those that vilify the religious beliefs of others. 4. Moving pictures which violate public decency and tend to wrongly influence the people, together with immoral theatrical and indecent night club performances. 5. Books that glorify crime in any form” (39-40). According to the “Foreword”, the eutopia is based on the “Peace Program of Pope Pius XII” (1876-1958. Pope 1939-58). The author was born in Spain and lived most of his life in the U. S.