My First and Last Book. A Book for the Crisis and A Crisis for the Book

TitleMy First and Last Book. A Book for the Crisis and A Crisis for the Book
Year for Search1844
AuthorsPlain Man, A native of Massachusetts, A
Pagination64 pp.
Date Published[1844] Anno 1, new era, 1 qr. Year is given on p. 46
PublisherNp
Place Published[Massachusetts?]
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

All humans belong to one universal brotherhood. Marriage for life between one man and one woman. Sex only for reproduction. Extended childhood under parents care. “The child then becomes a member of the common brotherhood or community, where through the whole there is impartial, social sympathy and equal love, and in which there is a perfect supply of all the wants of every member, and all the means essential to a perfect developement [sic] of character” (15). Common property. If people life correctly, they will have no need of doctors. Good food, fruit and vegetables being the best, clean air, regular exercise; mentions no corsets for women. No need for clergy. Lays out a new calendar (48-51).

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9 cm

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[1844] A Plain Man, A native of Massachusetts. My First and Last Book. A Book for the Crisis and A Crisis for the Book. [Massachusetts?]: Np, Anno 1, new era, 1 qr,. 64 pp. 9 cm. Year is given on p. 46PPLC

All humans belong to one universal brotherhood. Marriage for life between one man and one woman. Sex only for reproduction. Extended childhood under parents care. “The child then becomes a member of the common brotherhood or community, where through the whole there is impartial, social sympathy and equal love, and in which there is a perfect supply of all the wants of every member, and all the means essential to a perfect developement [sic] of character” (15). Common property. If people life correctly, they will have no need of doctors. Good food, fruit and vegetables being the best, clean air, regular exercise; mentions no corsets for women. No need for clergy. Lays out a new calendar (48-51).