The Utopian Movement

 

ďAmerica itself can be seen as the biggest utopian experiment of all--embodied in the credo of the Land of Opportunity is the promise that it is always possible to reinvent one's relationship to society, work, and nature."

--Michael Kavanagh.

 

 

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Other Utopian Books

Thomas Paineís Common Sense (1776).

Thoreauís Walden or Life in the Woods (1854).

Charlotte Perkins Gilmanís Herland (1915).

B. F. Skinnerís Walden Two (1948).

Ray Bradburyís Fahrenheit 451 (19530.

 

Bibliography

 

www.encyclopedia.com/articles/01900.html

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www.encyclopedia.com/printable/20757.html

www.library.yale.edu/beinecke/blutopia.htm

http://www.pbs.org/wnet/ihas/icon/shakers.html

More, Thomas. Utopia. Mineola, NY. Dover: 1997.