The Lunarian Professor and His Remarkable Revelations Concerning the Earth, the Moon and Mars. Together with an Account of the Cruise of the Sally Ann

TitleThe Lunarian Professor and His Remarkable Revelations Concerning the Earth, the Moon and Mars. Together with an Account of the Cruise of the Sally Ann
Year for Search1909
AuthorsAlexander, James B[radun](1831-1914)
Date Published1909
PublisherNp
Place PublishedMinneapolis, MN
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Presents a variety of pictures of the future. In the main eutopia a reformed government for the United States is shown, which puts more power in the House of Representatives. Strict control of population. People have an instinct to work for the community and to respect others. In one the single tax system is tried and fails. The idea of a single tax on land originated with Henry George (1839-97). For Henry George’s explanation of the single tax, see his Progress and Poverty. An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions and Of Increase of Want With Increase of Wealth. The Remedy. San Francisco, CA: W. M. Hinton, 1879. Fiftieth Anniversary Ed. New York: The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1929.

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(1831-1914)

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1909 Alexander, James B[radun] (1831-1914). The Lunarian Professor and His Remarkable Revelations Concerning the Earth, the Moon and Mars. Together with an Account of the Cruise of the Sally Ann. Minneapolis, MN: Np. HRC, MoU-St

Presents a variety of pictures of the future. In the main eutopia a reformed government for the United States is shown, which puts more power in the House of Representatives. Strict control of population. People have an instinct to work for the community and to respect others. In one the single tax system is tried and fails. The idea of a single tax on land originated with Henry George (1839-97). For Henry George’s explanation of the single tax, see his Progress and Poverty. An Inquiry Into the Cause of Industrial Depressions and Of Increase of Want With Increase of Wealth. The Remedy. San Francisco, CA: W. M. Hinton, 1879. Fiftieth Anniversary Ed. New York: The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation, 1929.