Women in Utopia: The Ideology of Gender in the American Owenite Communities
This study contributes to the understanding of Owenism and why it failed. It corrects many of the earlier misconceptions and errors of fact about New Harmony, Indiana, and the seven other Owenite communities founded in 1826 and 1827.
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The British Background and the American Landscape
The Promise of Equality
The Ideology of Gender
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