The Way Out. Suggestions for Social Reform

TitleThe Way Out. Suggestions for Social Reform
Year for Search1884
AuthorsBellamy, Charles J[oseph](1852-1910)
Date Published1884
PublisherG. P. Putnam's Sons
Place PublishedNew York
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

Reform tract that uses the utopian form. Limit on profit. More equal income distribution. All need to work. Eight hour work week. Limited inheritance. No monopolies. Free legal system. No individual property in land. Free, compulsory education as part of the process of improving the political system. Improved health care. See also his 1889 An Experiment in Marriage. 

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Author Note

The author (1852-1910) was Edward Bellamy’s brother.

Full Text

1884 Bellamy, Charles J[oseph] (1852-1910). The Way Out. Suggestions for Social Reform. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons. L, MoU-St

Reform tract that uses the utopian form. Limit on profit. More equal income distribution. All need to work. Eight hour work week. Limited inheritance. No monopolies. Free legal system. No individual property in land. Free, compulsory education as part of the process of improving the political system. Improved health care. See also his 1889 An Experiment in Marriage. The author was Edward Bellamy’s brother.