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The Four-Hour Day
Gabe Sinclair
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The Four-Hour Day

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In 1888, Edward Bellamy wrote his utopian novel “Looking Backwards”, and this vision of a bright socialist future became an instant political mass movement. In a time of bitter antagonism between capital and labor, Bellamy offered a delightful reconciliation that became the third best bestseller of the Nineteenth Century. As with every utopian inspiration, the idea was “ma ...more
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Jul 05, 2012 Alan rated it liked it
This is an interesting piece of neo-Marxist Utopian literature. It's hard to describe, partially because of weaknesses in the writing but mainly because its ideas are so outside our regular paradigm. Yet I recommend it. You'll probably never read anything else like it – ever. And it's free.
Sep 30, 2012 Brad rated it it was amazing
A very unique work, full of potential if embraced properly as an agent of change to stagnant societal standards. Do I sound cryptic? Read this book and then tell me that you understand why.
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