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[COPELAND, Wilbur F.]
A Series of Common Sense Tests whereby any person may answer for himself or herself the question "Am I Educated" Formulated by Dr. Herman H. Horne [...]
Alpine, NJ: Wilbur F. Copeland / The Copeland School, N.d. (after 1910). Wilbur F. Copeland (likely dates 1864-1943), a disciple of Edward Bellamy and Laurence Gronlund, founded the Straight Edge Society, a Christian Socialist community, in New York in 1899. According to Trahair (Utopias and Utopias: An Historical Dictionary, Westport...
[GREAT DEPRESSION] [SOCIETY FOR UNIVERSAL BROTHERHOOD] TALBOTT, John L.
Money, Land and Labor
Kirkwood, MO: The Society for Universal Brotherhood, . First Edition. Apparently the only recorded publication of The Society for Universal Brotherhood, a quasi-socialist organization which advocated monetary and land reforms (including a Single Tax plan seemingly based on the philosophy of Henry George) and universal employment. The group's President is...
SHEARMAN, Thomas G
Two Chapters From Natural Taxation by Thomas G. Shearman. Chap. IX, The Natural Tax. Ch. XIII, The Social Effects of Taxation
New York: Doubleday, McClure, 1898. Two extracts from Shearman's 1898 popularization of Henry George's Single Tax. With brief (2-pp) prefatory note. Uncommon; none others found in commerce (2014); OCLC gives 3 locations.
12mo (18cm). Staple-bound pamphlet; printed paper wrappers; , 115-135; 199-223. Mild cover soil; small creases; text toned; Very Good.
[SINGLE TAX MOVEMENT] POST, Louis F. and Fred C. LEUBUSCHER
An Account of the George-Hewitt Campaign in the New York Municipal Election of 1886
New York: John W. Lovell Company, (1886). Sympathetic (to George) account of Henry George's 1886 New York mayoral campaign, which he ran on the United Labor Party ticket. Despite almost certainly out-polling his Democratic opponent Abram Stevens Hewitt, George was denied victory through the machinations of Tammany Hall. A Henry...
"WHEELBARROW" [pseud Matthew Mark TRUMBULL]
Articles and Discussions on the Labor Question
Chicago: Open Court Publishing, 1894. First Edition. The British-born Trumbull began his career in America as a railway section hand; attained the rank of Captain in the Iowa Infantry; and after the war devoted himself to philosophical matters and labor reform, mostly in affiliation with Paul Carus's "The Open Court."...
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