In some cases, Earl Davis bound together manuscripts in bundles. This manuscript is part of one such bundle of seven, held together by four brass fasteners. Six of the seven can be dated to 1918.
Earl Davis follows through on the common assertion at the time: "After the war, socialism." He ties democracy to socialism, stating that both give voice and power to all individuals. He then sees socialism as the obvious counterpoint to the surging inequities of industrial capitalism. Davis sees Socialism as the answer and felt it would be the obvious -- and salutary -- result of the war.
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Earl Clement Davis, sermons, minister, Unitarianism, religion, politics, socialism, capitalism
Davis, Earl Clement, "Democracy and Socialism [Four Fasteners Bundle]" (1918). Sermons, 1905-1919. 31.