Social Club

From Plastic Tub

The depilated companion of the secret society, social clubs formed the basis of American communalism throughout much of the early Twentieth Century and as such became a ripe territory for the fertilization of Associationalist ideatory phenomena. Building upon the diffuse nature of urban Masonism and proto-agrarian Anti-Abolitionist disgruntlement, Addisson and Adid's tireless transcontinental propaganda machinery resulted in the founding of bowling leagues, leg-jumping societies and experimental knitting circles.

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