"Utopia--Made to Suit"

Title"Utopia--Made to Suit"
Year for Search1928
AuthorsFinger, Charles J[oseph Frederick](1867-1941)
Tertiary AuthorsFinger, Charles J.
Secondary TitleThe Nation (New York)
Volume / Edition126
Pagination715-16
Date PublishedJune 27, 1928
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author, US author
Annotation

A world where all family members would each be able to develop individually. Anti-urban. Separate space for the young. Each member would have a separate apartment while the family unit was maintained. Freedom of expression. In a series of articles describing the world the authors would like to live in. 

Info Notes

See also Stuart Chase, Edna Ferber, H[enry] L[ouis] Mencken, [Harry] Sinclair Lewis, and Upton [Beall] Sinclair.

Author Note

The author (1867-1941) was born in England and educated in England and Germany and settled in the U. S. in 1896.

Full Text

1928 Finger, Charles J[oseph] (1867-1941). “Utopia–Made to Suit.” The Nation (New York) 126 (June 27, 1928): 715-16.

Eutopia of a world where all family members would each be able to develop individually. Anti-urban. Separate space for the young. Each member would have a separate apartment while the family unit was maintained. Freedom of expression. In a series of articles describing the world the authors would like to live in. See also Stuart Chase, Edna Ferber, H[enry] L[ouis] Mencken, [Harry] Sinclair Lewis, and Upton [Beall] Sinclair. The author was born in England and educated in England and Germany and settled in the U. S. in 1896.