Three Thousand Dollars a Year. Moving Forward; or, How We Got There. The Complete Liberation of All the People. Abridged from the Advance Sheets of a History of Industrial and Governmental Reforms in the United States, To Be Published in the Year 2001

TitleThree Thousand Dollars a Year. Moving Forward; or, How We Got There. The Complete Liberation of All the People. Abridged from the Advance Sheets of a History of Industrial and Governmental Reforms in the United States, To Be Published in the Year 2001
Year for Search1890
Authors[Worley], [Frederick U.]
Tertiary AuthorsBenefice [pseud.]
Date Published1890
Publisher[J.P. Wright, printer]
Place PublishedWashington, DC
KeywordsUS author
Annotation

Cooperative eutopia brought about peacefully through education. Public laundries, public kitchens, public heating and cooling, and high taxation, to which the public had agreed in order to produce the better life. After a few years the taxes were abolished. The banks, railroads, telegraph, and mines, followed by all industries, are nationalized. Racial equality. A new constitution is adopted.

Pseudonym

Benefice [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

DLC, W3,6111

Full Text

1890 [Worley, Frederick U.]. Three Thousand Dollars a Year. Moving Forward; or, How We Got There. The Complete Liberation of All the People. Abridged from the Advance Sheets of a History of Industrial and Governmental Reforms in the United States, To Be Published in the Year 2001. By Benefice [pseud.]. Washington, DC: [J. P. Wright, printer]. DLC, W3,6111

Cooperative eutopia brought about peacefully through education. Public laundries, public kitchens, public heating and cooling, and high taxation, to which the public had agreed in order to produce the better life. After a few years the taxes were abolished. The banks, railroads, telegraph, and mines, followed by all industries, are nationalized. Racial equality. A new constitution is adopted.