The New Republic. Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and Containing the Outlines of Such a Government As the Patriot Fathers Contemplated and Formulated in the Declaration of Independence, When Struggling for Liberty

TitleThe New Republic. Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and Containing the Outlines of Such a Government As the Patriot Fathers Contemplated and Formulated in the Declaration of Independence, When Struggling for Liberty
Year for Search1883
AuthorsSchellhous, E. J. M.D.
Date Published1883
PublisherBacon and Company
Place PublishedSan Francisco, CA
KeywordsUS author
Annotation

Essay including a detailed description of a revised political system that will bring about a better world. Stress on popular government, votes for women, publicly owned utilities and limitations on corporations.

Additional Publishers

Also published New York: John W. Lovell & Co., 1883.

Holding Institutions

DLC, L, PSt

Author Note

The author was involved with the Topolobambo community founded in Mexico by Albert Kimsey Owen (1847-1916). See 1893 Owen.

Full Text

1883 Schellhous, E.J., M.D. The New Republic. Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and Containing the Outlines of Such a Government As the Patriot Fathers Contemplated and Formulated in the Declaration of Independence, When Struggling for Liberty. San Francisco, CA: Bacon and Company. Also published New York: John W. Lovell & Co., 1883. DLC, L, PSt

Essay including a detailed description of a revised political system that will bring about a better world. Stress on popular government, votes for women, publicly owned utilities and limitations on corporations. The author was involved with the Topolobambo community founded in Mexico by Albert Kimsey Owen (1847-1916); see 1893 Owen.