A War on Poverty

TitleA War on Poverty
Year for Search1925
Authors[Partridge], [Edward Alexander]
Tertiary AuthorsPartridge of Sintaluta, [pseud.]
Date Published[1925]
Publisher[Wallingford Press]
Place Published[Winnipeg, MB, Canada]
KeywordsCanadian author, Male author
Annotation

Detailed eutopia, particularly in the chapter “Things As They Might Be” (109-56). Cooperative commonwealth. Designed for Western Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and part of Ontario), the area to be called COALSAMAO and created as a separate country. It will have a unicameral legislature of 25 members elected annually. Something like 1888 Bellamy’s Industrial Army in that local control is in Camps of 3500-7000 people organized to carry out work. The book is mostly quotations.

Title Note

Subtitle on the cover The one war that can end war

Pseudonym

“Partridge of Sintaluta” [pseud.] on the cover

Holding Institutions

CaBViPA, Can

Author Note

Canadian author (1862-1931

Full Text

[1925] [Partridge, Edward Alexander] (1862-1931). A War on Poverty: [Subtitle on the cover The one war that can end war]. By [On Cover] “Partridge of Sintaluta” [pseud.]. [Winnipeg, MB, Canada: Wallingford Press]. CaBViPA, Can

Detailed eutopia, particularly in the chapter “Things As They Might Be” (109-56). Cooperative commonwealth. Designed for Western Canada (British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and part of Ontario), the area to be called COALSAMAO and created as a separate country. It will have a unicameral legislature of 25 members elected annually. Something like 1888 Bellamy’s Industrial Army in that local control is in Camps of 3500-7000 people organized to carry out work. The book is mostly quotations.