and Margaret MacGregor Magie, and his daughter, Mary Elizabeth Magie
Erbyn chwilio, mae'n debyg mai yn yr Unol Daleithiau, yn ystod y "Great Depression" yn 1935 y cafodd ei chreu, a hynny drwy ddwyn syniad Crynwraig o'r enw Elizabeth Magie
oedd wedi cael patent ar gem o'r enw "The Landlord's Game" yn 1904.
He fills his narrative with fascinating characters, such as Elizabeth Magie
Phillips, creator of The Landlord's Game, who saw her invention as a way of winning folks over to the crank ideas of single-tax enthusiast Henry George; Columbia University economist Rexford GuyTugwell, who used Phillips' game as a teaching tool and who, as a member of Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal "Brains Trust," pushed for "a full state-administered economy" during the Depression; and the unemployed plumber and "ordinary American" Charles B.
37) 10) Anti-Monopoly Real estate trading board game with an exciting twist on the early twentieth century Elizabeth Magie
classic -- players choose free enterprise or monopoly.
The italics are mine, and the game probably can be traced to Elizabeth Magie
Philips decades before, to be later developed as Atlantic City monopoly, a board game played by Quaker ladies and gentlemen in the Philadelphia area.