The New Republic

TitleThe New Republic
Year for Search1902
AuthorsLeddy, James
Date Published1902
PublisherAbbey Press
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author
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Eutopia. Labor strife followed by sporadic riots and then by a convention that drew up a Memorial of Grievances, which was presented to Congress. As a result, Congress passed an amendment to the Constitution that gave Congress the power to abolish trusts and monopolies. This happens and everyone lives happily ever after, with some people still exceptionally rich.

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1902 Leddy, James. The New Republic. New York: Abbey Press. DLC, MoU-St, PSt

Eutopia. Labor strife followed by sporadic riots and then by a convention that drew up a Memorial of Grievances, which was presented to Congress. As a result, Congress passed an amendment to the Constitution that gave Congress the power to abolish trusts and monopolies. This happens and everyone lives happily ever after, with some people still exceptionally rich.