A biography of socialist, entrepreneur of the late 19th and 20th century.
Wilshire was a unique son of a wealthy businessman who gave speeches about socialism in a tuxedo. He ran for Conress three times as a socialist, for Parliament in Great Britain and Canada, published a magazine with the largest circulation of any socialist publication of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century and invented a magnetic belt that supposedly cured cancer, diabetes, baldness and constipation.
A biography of a fascinating socialist and entrepreneur of the late 19th and early twentieth century. He may or may not be a charlatan. It is up to the reader to decide.