A list of American Utopian communities. [icon], This section needs expansion.
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Jan 22, 2013 ... From group marriage to restrictions on hot baths, explore the surprising practices
of five utopian communities in 19th-century America.
Gradually, utopian communities came to reflect social perfectibility rather than
religious purity. Robert Owen, for example, believed in economic and political ...
America and The Utopian Dream · Introduction · Utopian Literature · Dystopian
Literature · Utopian Communities. ucombanner.jpg. 1, 1638, New Haven, New ...
The Hancock Shaker Village, in Massachusetts, is one example of America's
many Utopian communities. Photograph by Polly M. Rettig, Landmark Review ...
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Second Great Awakening, many religious groups formed utopian communities ...
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Aug 21, 2013 ... The idea of the "utopian" community has a long, storied history (and a ... of
traditional society have created self-sustaining communities ranging ...
Nov 18, 2009 ... But in most cases, all that harmonious marching gets tripped up pretty quickly.
Here are four "perfect" communities that whizzed and sputtered ...
Some of the earliest so-called 'Christian communities' in America were attempts
to realize the Utopian principle in America: these early communities were, as ...