New Orleans in 1950, Being a Story of the Carnival City, From the Pen of a Descendant of Herodotus, Possessing the Gift of Prescience

TitleNew Orleans in 1950, Being a Story of the Carnival City, From the Pen of a Descendant of Herodotus, Possessing the Gift of Prescience
Year for Search1899
AuthorsWhyte, J. H.
Date Published[1899]
PublisherA.W. Hyatt & Co
Place PublishedNew Orleans, LA
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Eutopia based on technology and municipal socialism. Mexico, many South and Central American states, and Canada are all part of the U. S. and Spain is applying to join. Great stress on technology, like the phono-typewriter (like email). The Nicaragua canal had been built; air travel is standard both between and within cities. Municipal ownership of utilities results in no taxes.

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[1899] Whyte, J. H. New Orleans in 1950, Being a Story of the Carnival City, From the Pen of a Descendant of Herodotus, Possessing the Gift of Prescience. New Orleans, LA: A. W. Hyatt & Co. PSt

Eutopia based on technology and municipal socialism. Mexico, many South and Central American states, and Canada are all part of the U. S. and Spain is applying to join. Great stress on technology, like the phono-typewriter (like email). The Nicaragua canal had been built; air travel is standard both between and within cities. Municipal ownership of utilities results in no taxes.