The New Epoch As Developed by the Manufacture of Power

TitleThe New Epoch As Developed by the Manufacture of Power
Year for Search1903
AuthorsMorison, George S[hattuck](1842-1903)
Date Published1903
PublisherHoughton Mifflin
Place PublishedBoston, MA
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Non-fiction eutopia. Much of the book is prediction, but collectively the predictions amount to a global eutopia where the availability of inexpensive power eliminates ignorance, superstition, poverty, many languages, and many governments, and brings about significant changes in the rest.

Info Notes

The volume was put together after the author’s death from lectures and an article “The New Epoch and the Currency.” The North American Review 164.483  (February 1897): 139-50.

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Author Note

The author (1842-1903) was an engineer, particularly known for his bridges.

Full Text

1903 Morison, George S[hattuck] (1842-1903). The New Epoch As Developed by the Manufacture of Power. Boston, MA: Houghton Mifflin. The volume was put together after the author’s death from lectures and an article “The New Epoch and the Currency.” The North American Review 164.483  (February 1897): 139-50. PSt

Non-fiction eutopia. Much of the book is prediction, but collectively the predictions amount to a global eutopia where the availability of inexpensive power eliminates ignorance, superstition, poverty, many languages, and many governments, and brings about significant changes in the rest. The author was an engineer, particularly known for his bridges.