Univaria; A Cultural Alternative"

TitleUnivaria; A Cultural Alternative"
Year for Search1973
AuthorsKuer, Dorothy (b. 1924), and La Due, Russell (b. 1924)
Secondary Title1973 American Anthropological Association Experimental Symposium on Cultural Futuristics: Pre-Conference Volume
PaginationSeparately paged
Date Published1973
Publisher[Office for Applied Social Science and the Future, University of Minnesota]
Place Published[Minneapolis, MN]
KeywordsFemale author, Male author, US author
Annotation

Detailed eutopia with leadership by people like the samurai in 1905 Wells. Ceiling on income, no inheritance, and no taxes. Decentralization. Limit on family size.

Additional Publishers

Rpt. without the subtitle in Cultures of the Future. Ed. Magaroh Maruyama and Arthur M. Harkins (The Hague, The Netherlands: Mouton, 1978), 593-612.

Holding Institutions

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Author Note

Kuer (b. 1904) was a professor of anthropology at Hunter College of the City University of New York. La Due (b. 1924) was Executive Director of the Ford Dealers Alliance.

Full Text

1973 Kuer, Dorothy (b. 1904) and Russell La Due (b. 1924). “Univaria; A Cultural Alternative.” In 1973 American Anthropological Association Experimental Symposium on Cultural Futuristics: Pre-Conference Volume. [Minneapolis, MN: Office for Applied Social Science and the Future, University of Minnesota]. Rpt. without the subtitle in Cultures of the Future. Ed. Magaroh Maruyama and Arthur M. Harkins (The Hague, The Netherlands: Mouton, 1978), 593-612. PSt

Detailed eutopia with leadership by people like the samurai in 1905 Wells. Ceiling on income, no inheritance, and no taxes. Decentralization. Limit on family size. Kuer was a professor of anthropology at Hunter College of the City University of New York. La Due was Executive Director of the Ford Dealers Alliance. Female co-author.