Waiting for the Signal. A Novel

TitleWaiting for the Signal. A Novel
Year for Search1898
AuthorsMorris, Henry O.
Date Published1898
PublisherThe Schulte Publishing Company
Place PublishedChicago, IL
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Mostly the story of a successful peaceful revolution in the U. S. against the “arrogant and vicious plutocracy” (v), but Chapter XL, “The Dawn of a New Day,” presents a brief picture of the eutopia created. A constitutional convention is convened, which includes many of the well-known reformers of the time. The convention first drafts and adopts a new “Declaration of Independence” (335-36) and then a new Constitution (337-53). The constitution, which follows the basic structural outlines of the previous one, includes the Bill of Rights and previous amendments.

Info Notes

The book was copyrighted in 1897, but the “Preface” is dated February 19, 1898.

Holding Institutions

MoU-St, PSt, W3,3844

Full Text

1898 Morris, Henry O. Waiting for the Signal. A Novel. Chicago, IL: The Schulte Publishing Company. The book was copyrighted in 1897, but the “Preface” is dated February 19, 1898. MoU-St, PSt, W3,3844

Mostly the story of a successful peaceful revolution in the U. S. against the “arrogant and vicious plutocracy” (v), but Chapter XL, “The Dawn of a New Day,” presents a brief picture of the eutopia created. A constitutional convention is convened, which includes many of the well-known reformers of the time. The convention first drafts and adopts a new “Declaration of Independence” (335-36) and then a new Constitution (337-53). The constitution, which follows the basic structural outlines of the previous one, includes the Bill of Rights and previous amendments.