The Monarch Billionaire

TitleThe Monarch Billionaire
Year for Search1903
AuthorsSwift, Morrison I[saac](1856-1946)
Date Published1903
PublisherJ.S. Ogilvie
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Conflict between capitalists and idealists. The latter barely win, and this success leads to a cooperative eutopia where owners and workers work together for the benefit of all. Gradually all businesses go to the people. See also 1893 and 1911 Swift; his Vicarious Philanthropy. [New York: np, 18?]; and his The Evil Religion Does. Boston, MA: The Liberty Press, 1917

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Author Note

The author (1856-1946) held a Ph. D. in Political Economy from Johns Hopkins, and spent most of his life as a political activist for workers and the poor.

Full Text

1903 Swift, Morrison I[saac] (1856-1946). The Monarch Billionaire. New York: J. S. Ogilvie. L

Conflict between capitalists and idealists. The latter barely win, and this success leads to a cooperative eutopia where owners and workers work together for the benefit of all. Gradually all businesses go to the people. See also 1893 and 1911 Swift; his Vicarious Philanthropy. [New York: np, 18?]; and his The Evil Religion Does. Boston, MA: The Liberty Press, 1917. The author held a Ph. D. in Political Economy from Johns Hopkins, and spent most of his life as a political activist for workers and the poor.