When the Moon Died

TitleWhen the Moon Died
Year for Search1955
Authors[Roe], [Ivan]
Tertiary AuthorsSavage, Richard [pseud.]
Date Published1955
PublisherWard, Lock
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
Annotation

Flawed utopia. World Technocracy is a world government that governs through six scientific committees. The belief that it is a utopia meant that little new was approved. There is no central government. Believe only in the useful and living only in the present. Music only for babies and the “unsound”. Servants for the upper classes all had genetic defects and were not educated.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. London: Brown, Watson, [1963].

Pseudonym

Richard Savage [pseud.]

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

(1913-76)

Full Text

1955 [Roe, Ivan] (1913-76). When the Moon Died. By Richard Savage [pseud.]. London: Ward, Lock. Rpt. London: Brown, Watson, [1963]. L

Flawed utopia. World Technocracy is a world government that governs through six scientific committees. The belief that it is a utopia meant that little new was approved. There is no central government. Believe only in the useful and living only in the present. Music only for babies and the “unsound”. Servants for the upper classes all had genetic defects and were not educated.