The Monarch of Millions; or, The Rise and Fall of the American Empire

TitleThe Monarch of Millions; or, The Rise and Fall of the American Empire
Year for Search1900
AuthorsWilson, [John] Grosvenor(1866-1948)
Tertiary AuthorsWilson, Grosvenor
Date Published1900
PublisherThe Neely Company
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

An emperor controls America through wealth, and there is a nobility based entirely on wealth. Political offices are sold to the highest bidder. Much romance in that a poor young man dedicated to the overthrow of the emperor falls in love with the emperor's daughter and she with him. Some advanced technology; a portable telephone and outdoor air conditioning are mentioned.

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Author Note

(1866-1948)

Full Text

1900 Wilson, [John] Grosvenor (1866-1948). The Monarch of Millions; or, The Rise and Fall of the American Empire. New York: The Neely Company. DLC, MoU-St

An emperor controls America through wealth, and there is a nobility based entirely on wealth. Political offices are sold to the highest bidder. Much romance in that a poor young man dedicated to the overthrow of the emperor falls in love with the emperor’s daughter and she with him. Some advanced technology; a portable telephone and outdoor air conditioning are mentioned.