Table of contents of the book "One Day Too Many"
- Calendar an everyday requirement.
Factors concerning the structure of a calendar.
The smallest unit of the calendar, the day.
The week, a period of time invented by man.
The moon, the measure for the month.
How many days and months does a year have?
- How does one measure a year?
- Origins of our calendar
- The beginnings of the Gregorian calendar
Determining the start of the year.
- The Easter date as a trigger for the Gregorian reform.
- The reform of the calendar by Pope Gregory XIII.
- Reading matter for the people the Peoples Calendar
- The calendar in other cultures.
Aztec and Mayan calendar
- A different calendar for each revolution.
The French revolution calendar
Italian calendar reform
Russian calendar reform
- Attempts to reform the calendar in the 20th century.
The League of Nations as the first contact for calendar reform.
- Faults in the current calendar
- Do we need a calendar reform?
Technical terms / glossary