The Next Step in Civilization; A Star to Steer By

TitleThe Next Step in Civilization; A Star to Steer By
Year for Search1955
AuthorsCreedy, F[rederick](1883-1962)
Tertiary AuthorsCreedy, F.
Secondary TitleTruth is Enough
Volume / EditionVol. 3
Date Published1955
PublisherThe Ryerson Press
Place PublishedToronto, ON, Canada
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author
Annotation

Presents a society in the Amazonian jungle in which everyone tries to become more like Christ. This produces a eutopia in which there is fundamental equality. Two day’s of labor is required each week where each person has a “chore” that is productive labor. “Work” is what else they do, such as writing, art, and publishing.

Info Notes

There was a 1954 pre-publication issue that is held by two US libraries. The other volumes of Truth is Enough are non-fiction and include: Vol. 1 Human Nature in Business. London: Ernest Benn, 1927; Vol. 2 Human Nature Writ Large. London: Allen & Unwin, 1939; and Vol. 4 The Virtues Needed for Freedom: A Summary of Western Anthropology. Toronto, ON, Canada: Np, 1965

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Canadian author (1883-1962).

Full Text

1955 Creedy, F[rederick] (1883-1962). The Next Step in Civilization; A Star to Steer By. Vol. 3 of his Truth is Enough. Toronto, ON, Canada: The Ryerson Press. There was a 1954 pre-publication issue that is held by two US libraries. The other volumes of Truth is Enough are non-fiction and include: Vol. 1 Human Nature in Business. London: Ernest Benn, 1927; Vol. 2 Human Nature Writ Large. London: Allen & Unwin, 1939; and Vol. 4 The Virtues Needed for Freedom: A Summary of Western Anthropology. Toronto, ON, Canada: Np, 1965. Can, NcD

Presents a society in the Amazonian jungle in which everyone tries to become more like Christ. This produces a eutopia in which there is fundamental equality. Two day’s of labor is required each week where each person has a “chore” that is productive labor. “Work” is what else they do, such as writing, art, and publishing. Canadian author.