"The World As I Want It"

Title"The World As I Want It"
Year for Search1935
AuthorsRhondda, Margaret Haig [(Thomas) Mackworth] [Viscountess](1883-1958)
Secondary TitleThe Forum and Century (New York)
Volume / Edition 93.4
Pagination243
Date PublishedApril 1935
KeywordsFemale author, Welsh author
Annotation

A eutopia in a series of reforms that bring about peace, no fear of war, and no economic or political conflict between nations. Sufficient food, good housing, and comfort for all. Work is available for all, and everyone works. Good health. No overpopulation. No barriers based on race, class, sex, marital status, etc. Education is available to all based solely on ability.

Info Notes

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

Author Note

Welsh female author (1883-1958) best-known as a women’s rights campaigner.

Full Text

1935 Rhondda, Margaret Haig [(Thomas) Mackworth, Viscountess] (1883-1958). “The World As I Want It.” The Forum and Century (New York) 93.4 (April 1935): 243.

A eutopia in a series of reforms that bring about peace, no fear of war, and no economic or political conflict between nations. Sufficient food, good housing, and comfort for all. Work is available for all, and everyone works. Good health. No overpopulation. No barriers based on race, class, sex, marital status, etc. Education is available to all based solely on ability. Part of a series published under the same title. Other in the series are 1934 Beard, Kellogg, Sinclair, and Thomas, and 1935 Borglum, and Wilson. Welsh female author best-known as a women’s rights campaigner.