Manifesto: Being the Book of The Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals

TitleManifesto: Being the Book of The Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals
Year for Search1934
AuthorsJoad, C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson](1891-1953), Young, Allan, Arnold-Forster, W[illiam, Meynell, Francis, Stapledon, W[illiam] Olaf (1886-1950), Chance, Janet, Pritt, D[ennis] N[owell], Williams-Ellis, Clough, Boumphrey, G[eoffrey] M[axwell], Robertson, Archibald, and Flugel, J[ohn] C[arl]
Secondary AuthorsJoad, C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson](1891-1953)
Tertiary AuthorsJoad, C. E. M., Wells, H. G., Stapledon, W. Olaf, Pritt, D. N., Arnold-Forster, W., and Boumphrey, G. M.
Date Published1934
PublisherGeorge Allen & Unwin
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Female author, Male author
Annotation

Similar to 1912 The Great State in that the essays collectively describe a vision of a future eutopia that is, in essence, a socialist world state. See also Plan for World Order and Progress: A Constructive Review (The Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals) 1.1 - 1.9 (April - September 1934), which published a review of the Manifesto by Aldous Huxley in 1.4 (July 1934): 7, 15.

Info Notes

Includes H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “Introduction: There Should Be a Common Creed for Left Parties throughout all the World” (11-19); “The Basis of the Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals” (23-27); C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson] Joad, “The F. P. S.I.: What It Is; What It Wants; and How It Hopes to Obtain It” (29-62); Allan Young, “The Economics of Planning” (63-86); W[illiam Edward] Arnold-Forster, “The Price of Peace: Disarmament and World Government” (87-112); Francis Meynell, “What Shall I Do in the Next War?” (113-40); W[illiam] Olaf Stapledon, “Education and World Citizenship” (141-63); Janet Chance, “Reform of the Sex Laws” (165-82): D[ennis] N[owell] Pritt, K. C., “Reform of the Criminal Law” (183-214); Clough Williams-Ellis, F. R. I. B.A., “Our Physical Environment” (215-47); G[eoffrey] M[axwell] Boumphrey, “Principles of Town and Country Planning” (249-70); Archibald Robertson. “The Secularization of the State and the Freedom of the Individual” (271-90); and J[ohn] C[arl] Flugel, “A Psychology for Progressives: How Can They Become Effective?” (291-313).

Author Note

Edited by C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson] Joad (1891-1953).

Full Text

1934 Joad, C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson], ed. (1891-1953). Manifesto: Being the Book of The Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals. By C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson] Joad, Allan Young, W[illiam Edward] Arnold-Forster, Francis Meynell, W[illiam] Olaf Stapledon, Janet Chance, D[ennis] N[owell] Pritt, Clough Williams-Ellis, G[eoffrey] M[axwell] Boumphrey, Archibald Robertson, J[ohn] C[arl] Flugel. London: George Allen & Unwin. Includes H[erbert] G[eorge] Wells, “Introduction: There Should Be a Common Creed for Left Parties throughout all the World” (11-19); “The Basis of the Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals” (23-27); C[yril] E[dwin] M[itchinson] Joad, “The F. P. S.I.: What It Is; What It Wants; and How It Hopes to Obtain It” (29-62); Allan Young, “The Economics of Planning” (63-86); W[illiam Edward] Arnold-Forster, “The Price of Peace: Disarmament and World Government” (87-112); Francis Meynell, “What Shall I Do in the Next War?” (113-40); W[illiam] Olaf Stapledon, “Education and World Citizenship” (141-63); Janet Chance, “Reform of the Sex Laws” (165-82): D[ennis] N[owell] Pritt, K. C., “Reform of the Criminal Law” (183-214); Clough Williams-Ellis, F. R. I. B.A., “Our Physical Environment” (215-47); G[eoffrey] M[axwell] Boumphrey, “Principles of Town and Country Planning” (249-70); Archibald Robertson. “The Secularization of the State and the Freedom of the Individual” (271-90); and J[ohn] C[arl] Flugel, “A Psychology for Progressives: How Can They Become Effective?” (291-313).

Similar to 1912 The Great State in that the essays collectively describe a vision of a future eutopia that is, in essence, a socialist world state. See also Plan for World Order and Progress: A Constructive Review (The Federation of Progressive Societies and Individuals) 1.1 - 1.9 (April - September 1934), which published a review of the Manifesto by Aldous Huxley in 1.4 (July 1934): 7, 15.