Practical Moral and Political Economy; or, the Government, Religion, and Institutions, Most Conducive to Individual Happiness and To National Power

TitlePractical Moral and Political Economy; or, the Government, Religion, and Institutions, Most Conducive to Individual Happiness and To National Power
Year for Search1828
AuthorsEdmonds, T[homas] R[owe](1803-89)
Tertiary AuthorsEdmonds, T. R.
Date Published1828
PublisherEffingham Wilson
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Includes a short section (270-82) on the founding of a eutopia on an island based on the principles presented in the book. Emphasis on equality, particularly equal administration of justice, division of labor, and “gregariousness.” Mentions the need to control population and suggests a parliament for children.

Holding Institutions

DLC, L

Author Note

(1803-89)

Full Text

1828 Edmonds, T[homas] R[owe] (1803-89). Practical Moral and Political Economy; or, the Government, Religion, and Institutions, Most Conducive to Individual Happiness and To National Power. London: Effingham Wilson. DLC, L

Includes a short section (270-82) on the founding of a eutopia on an island based on the principles presented in the book. Emphasis on equality, particularly equal administration of justice, division of labor, and “gregariousness.” Mentions the need to control population and suggests a parliament for children.