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Pseudonym of Canadian teacher and author Edward Alexander Partridge (1862-1931), active from as early as 1883 in Sintaluta, Manitoba, where he co-founded the idealistic Territorial Grain Growers' Association in 1901; the full range of his views are more freely expressed in A War on Poverty: The One War That Can End War (1925), in which a socialist Utopia is established as the independent state of Coalsamao, legally separate from the rest of Canada. [JC]
Edward Alexander Partridge
born Whites Corners, near Barrie, Ontario, Canada: 5 November 1862
died Victoria, British Columbia: 3 August 1931
- A War on Poverty: The One War That Can End War (Winnipeg, Manitoba: Wallingford Press, 1925) [hb/nonpictorial]
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