The End of Democracy

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The End of Democracy

By Ralph Adams Cram
Marshall Jones, 1937
261 pp. $3.00

A disconnected series of vigorous essays by an American architect who longs for a return to what he imagines to be the good old days of feudal corporatism. Among other things he advocates a constitutional monarchy for the United States as a refuge from our present democratic demagoguery. Many will feel relieved to believe that they do not have to take this book seriously.

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