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The open conspiracy : blue prints for a world revolution

Author: H G Wells
Publisher: London : Victor Gollancz Ltd., 1928.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: H G Wells
OCLC Number: 645762
Description: 156 pages ; 19 cm
Contents: Necessity of religion to human life --
Subordination of self the essence of religion --
Need for a restatement of religion --
Objective expression of modern religion --
The frame of the task before mankind: the world commonweal --
Broad characteristics of the world commonweal --
No stable utopia is contemplated --
The open conspiracy must be heterogeneous --
Forces and resistances in the great modern communities now prevalent, which will be antagonistic to the open conspiracy --
The open conspiracy and the resistances of the less industrialised peoples --
Resistances and antagonistic forces in ourselves --
The open conspiracy must begin as a movement of explanation and propaganda --
Early constructive work of the open consipracy --
Existing and developing movements with which the open conspiracy may hope to coalesce --
The creative home, social group and school: the present waste of youthful seriousness --
Progressive development of the activities of the open conspiracy into a world control and commonweal: the hazards of the conflict --
The world community.
Responsibility: H.G. Wells.

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