An Essay on Civil Government, or Society Restored, By Means of I. A Preface of Peace, II. A Reform in Mataphysics [sic], and III. A Political Code and Constitution, Adapted to the True Nature of Man. Translated from the Italian Ms. of A.D.R.S. With Notes, By the Editor

TitleAn Essay on Civil Government, or Society Restored, By Means of I. A Preface of Peace, II. A Reform in Mataphysics [sic], and III. A Political Code and Constitution, Adapted to the True Nature of Man. Translated from the Italian Ms. of A.D.R.S. With Notes, By the Editor
Year for Search1793
AuthorsS., A. D. R
Date Published1793
PublisherPtd. for J. Ridgway
Place PublishedLondon
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Eutopia with details on many aspects of life. Cities, the layout of which is described, will be limited to 20,000  people. There will be two classes based on occupation that will not intermarry. Both boys and girls will be educated, girls to 18 and boys to 22.

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Written in English.

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1793 S., A. D. R. An Essay on Civil Government, or Society Restored, By Means of I. A Preface of Peace, II. A Reform in Mataphysics [sic], and III. A Political Code and Constitution, Adapted to the True Nature of Man. Translated from the Italian Ms. [Written in English] of A. D. R. S. With Notes, By the Editor. London: Ptd. for J. Ridgway. L

Eutopia with details on many aspects of life. Cities, the layout of which is described, will be limited to 20,000  people. There will be two classes based on occupation that will not intermarry. Both boys and girls will be educated, girls to 18 and boys to 22.