"Reductio ad Absurdum"

Title"Reductio ad Absurdum"
Year for Search1920
AuthorsIsham, Mary Keyt (1871-1947)
Secondary TitleMoonward and Other Orientations
Pagination36-40
Date Published[1920s]
Publishernp
Place PublishedNp
KeywordsFemale author, US author
Annotation

Anti-socialist satire. No traffic laws because they interfered with freedom. No requirements for drivers because such requirements curtailed the freedom of “defectives”.

Info Notes

There is no publishing information whatsoever in the book, but her other recorded works were published in the 1920s and 1930s, and she had a review published in the New York Times Book Review (September 7, 1924).

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

The female author (1871-1947) was a psychiatrist and neurologist who practiced in Cincinnati and New York City and taught at the medical school in Cincinnati.

Full Text

[1920s] Isham, Mary Keyt (1871-1947). “Reductio ad Absurdum.” In her Moonward and Other Orientations (Np: np), 36-40. There is no publishing information whatsoever in the book, but her other recorded works were published in the 1920s and 1930s, and she had a review published in the New York Times Book Review (September 7, 1924). 51 pp. PSt

Anti-socialist satire. No traffic laws because they interfered with freedom. No requirements for drivers because such requirements curtailed the freedom of “defectives”. The female author was a psychiatrist and neurologist who practiced in Cincinnati and New York City and taught at the medical school in Cincinnati.