Utopian Communities

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This work examines the contrasting ideologies and fortunes of utopian community experiments in the early 20th century. The idea of creating a perfect society led to practical community experiments varying widely in ideology and form. The book starts by locating this episode of utopian ideas and community experiments within an existing tradition, drawing attention especially to 19th century precedents. Evidence of continuity is then balanced by the unique circumstances of the early twentieth century - a time of turbulence ...

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