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Oakland: the Bulletin, 1948. Various paginations, 44 pages total, 8.5x11 inch mimeographed sheets stapled at left. Utopian journal geared toward the formation of a world association of Equalitarians. Includes articles on communitarian projects in various places, a piece on Technocracy, correspondence from Australia, and more.
Philadelphia: E.F. Houghton & Co., 1933. 48p., staplebound booklet format, very good, minor toning and handling wear. Editorial-heavy periodical published by the industrial manufacturer, with the intended audience described as executives at other industrial firms. This issue includes a critique of Technocracy as "an engineer's utopia."
Seattle, WA: Technocracy Briefs, n.d. Single 8.5x11 inch sheet with rubricated masthead, faint fold crease, otherwise very good. Includes an illustration of the proposed "distribution certificate," a coupon to be substituted for money, which would "register on a continuous 24-hour-per-day basis the total net conversion of energy..."
Hassocks [nr. Brighton]: The Harvester Press Limited, 1976. Hardcover. xix, 189p., publisher's ads, hardbound in red cloth boards titled silverfoil, and dust jacket. Dj spine panel is quite sunned (title bleached out, author legible) and top rim of book itself has also lost a little color; former owner's neat rubberstamp.....
Oakland, CA: National Dividends, 1958. Pamphlet. [iii]56, [ii]p., wraps slightly faded else very good condition, 6.25x8.5 inches. "[A]ttempts to combine the best--and the most practical--ideas of the many organizations from which they sprang; such as Social Credit, Technocracy, the Townsend Plan, the Holdridge Plan, the Ham and Eggs and Share.....
Seattle, WA: Technocracy, [1970s]. Group of 7 separate one-sheet briefs, each an 8.5x11 inch sheet printed both sides in red and black, in very good condition. Numbers included are 26, 28, 29, 30, 40, 50, & 64. Each brief is a single-issue article, some reprinted from Technocracy publications, some specially.....