"A Very Private Utopia"

Title"A Very Private Utopia"
Year for Search1928
AuthorsChase, Stuart (1888-1985).
Secondary TitleThe Nation
Volume / Edition126.3280
Pagination559-62
Date PublishedMay 16, 1928
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

First in a series of articles describing the world the authors would like to live in.  Proposes a series of reforms that would, among other things, enhance health, improve beauty by segregating industrial from living areas, ensure economic security, and make life-enhancing work possible. Stresses the importance of leisure. Not the same as 1975 Chase. 

Info Notes

See also 1968 Chase.  See also Edna Ferber, Charles J. Finger, [Harry] Sinclair Lewis, H[enry] L[ouis] Mencken, and, Upton [Beall] Sinclair.

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Author Note

(1888-1985)

Full Text

1928 Chase, Stuart (1888-1985). “A Very Private Utopia.” The Nation (New York) 126.328 0 (May 16, 1928): 559-62. PSt

Proposes a series of reforms that would, among other things, enhance health, improve beauty by segregating industrial from living areas, ensure economic security, and make life-enhancing work possible. Stresses the importance of leisure. First in a series of articles describing the world the authors would like to live in. See also Edna Ferber, Charles J. Finger, [Harry] Sinclair Lewis, H[enry] L[ouis] Mencken, and, Upton [Beall] Sinclair. Not the same as 1975 Chase. See also 1968 Chase.