Who Was Robert Owen and What Did He Do?

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Robert Owen was a Welsh social reformer and one of the founders of the cooperative movement. He began his career by being a manager in his father-in-law's mills before embarking on plans to alleviate poverty through socialism. Owen also played a big role in establishing the Grand National Consolidated Trade Union in 1834.
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Robert Owen was a social reformer and one of the founders of socialism and also the cooperative movement. He was born on may 14, 1771, and died on Novermber 1858.
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