The English Revolution of the Twentieth Century; A Prospective History

TitleThe English Revolution of the Twentieth Century; A Prospective History
Year for Search1894
AuthorsLazarus,, Henry ed. [written by](1855-1922)
Date Published1894
PublisherT. Fisher Unwin
Place PublishedLondon
KeywordsEnglish author, Male author
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Mostly criticism of contemporary society from the perspective of a future eutopia. The Salvation Army, while remaining a religious body, is remodeled into a real army and leads the essentially peaceful revolution. But after the revolution, slum landlords and others who had preyed upon the poor were turned over to those they had preyed upon, who killed them. Government replaced, although the king is kept. Slum clearance. Much on the period of transition and details of reforms in the economy, politics, education, law, and social relations.

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1894 Lazarus, Henry, ed. [written by] (1855-1922). The English Revolution of the Twentieth Century; A Prospective History. London: T. Fisher Unwin. L, PSt

Mostly criticism of contemporary society from the perspective of a future eutopia. The Salvation Army, while remaining a religious body, is remodeled into a real army and leads the essentially peaceful revolution. But after the revolution, slum landlords and others who had preyed upon the poor were turned over to those they had preyed upon, who killed them. Government replaced, although the king is kept. Slum clearance. Much on the period of transition and details of reforms in the economy, politics, education, law, and social relations.