"A Program of Radical Democracy"

Title"A Program of Radical Democracy"
Year for Search1912
AuthorsCattell, J[ames] Mckeen(1860-1940)
Secondary AuthorsCattell, J. McKeen
Secondary TitleThe Popular Science Monthly (New York)
Volume / Edition 80
Pagination606-15
Date PublishedJune 1912
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Essay outlining the basis for a eutopia with, among other provisions, universal suffrage, including children; the abolition of limitation on the powers of both national and state governments; progressive income tax on individuals and corporations; conversion of the army into local police and the navy into a mercantile marine; international arbitration; free medical care; pensions; and the eight hour day and minimum wage.

Author Note

The author (1860-1940) was the first professor of psychology in the U. S. at the University of Pennsylvania.

Full Text

1912 Cattell, J[ames] Mckeen (1860-1940). “A Program of Radical Democracy.” The Popular Science Monthly (New York) 80 (June 1912): 606-15.

Essay outlining the basis for a eutopia with, among other provisions, universal suffrage, including children; the abolition of limitation on the powers of both national and state governments; a progressive income tax on individuals and corporations; conversion of the army into local police and the navy into a mercantile marine; international arbitration; free medical care; pensions; the eight hour day, and minimum wage. The author was the first professor of psychology in the U. S. at the University of Pennsylvania.