We Should Have Killed the King

TitleWe Should Have Killed the King
Year for Search1990
AuthorsEccarius, J. G.
Date Published1990
PublisherIII Publishing
Place PublishedSan Diego, CA
Annotation

Replay of the fourteenth-century Jack Straw (one of the leaders of the 1381 peasant’s revolt) story in a dystopian modern America. The novel concludes with the establishment of an anarchist eutopia followed by a projection into the future in which the anarchist communities survive as the world environment collapses.

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There is an “Author’s Introduction” on 5-7

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1990 Eccarius, J. G. We Should Have Killed the King. San Diego, CA: III Publishing. There is an “Author’s Introduction” on 5-7. PSt

Replay of the fourteenth-century Jack Straw (one of the leaders of the 1381 peasant’s revolt) story in a dystopian modern America. The novel concludes with the establishment of an anarchist eutopia followed by a projection into the future in which the anarchist communities survive as the world environment collapses.