"The World As I Want It"

Title"The World As I Want It"
Year for Search1935
AuthorsBorglum, Gutzon [de la Mothe](1867-1941)
Secondary TitleThe Forum and Century (New York)
Volume / Edition93.2
Pagination112-13
Date PublishedFebruary 1935
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Eutopia presented through a series of reforms. Free homeowners of debt and prohibit mortgages that might endanger home ownership. Build assembly places in the country to be used as schools during the day and gathering places for adults outside school hours. Improved physical education. Spend money to enhance culture.

Info Notes

Part of a series published under the same title. Other in the series are 1934 Beard, Kellogg, Sinclair, and Thomas, and 1935 Rhondda, and Wilson.

Author Note

The author (1867-1941), an artist and sculptor, is best-known as the creator of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. 

Full Text

1935 Borglum, Gutzon [de la Mothe] (1867-1941). “The World As I Want It.” The Forum and Century (New York) 93.2 (February 1935): 112-13.

Eutopia presented through a series of reforms. Free homeowners of debt and prohibit mortgages that might endanger home ownership. Build assembly places in the country to be used as schools during the day and gathering places for adults outside school hours. Improved physical education. Spend money to enhance culture. The author, an artist and sculptor, is best-known as the creator of the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. Part of a series published under the same title. Other in the series are 1934 Beard, Kellogg, Sinclair, and Thomas, and 1935 Rhondda, and Wilson.