Utopia 1976

TitleUtopia 1976
Year for Search1955
AuthorsErnst, Morris L[eopold](1888-1976)
Date Published1955
PublisherRinehart & Co
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

A detailed eutopia describing the life of 1976 which, although called a utopia, is written as a prophecy and said to be attainable in only twenty years. There is much on the current situation and change is brought about both by technology, particularly atomic energy, and changes in attitude. Birth control, which he says the Roman Catholic Church will strongly support, is essential. Much more leisure.

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Author Note

The author (1888-1976) was a U. S. lawyer and co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Full Text

1955 Ernst, Morris L[eopold] (b. 1888). Utopia 1976. New York: Rinehart & Co. PSt

A detailed eutopia describing the life of 1976 which, although called a utopia, is written as a prophecy and said to be attainable in only twenty years. There is much on the current situation and change is brought about both by technology, particularly atomic energy, and changes in attitude. Birth control, which he says the Roman Catholic Church will strongly support, is essential. Much more leisure.