Died: Nov. 19, 1929 - San Francisco, California, USA
Educated at Western Reserve College in Ohio (now Case Western Reserve University), Adams took part in the Civil War. Following the war, he moved to California and became a successful farmer and journalist. He organized farm co-operatives and became the agricultural editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, and one of its contributors. He helped to found the Commonwealth Club of California. Besides his journalism his works include The Modern Farmer (1899), Critique of Socialism (1905) and The Inhumanity of Socialism (1913).
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The Inhumanity of Socialism
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