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A collection of writings from the Utopian Socialists, who tried to build the perfect human societies. Includes Robert Owen's "A New View of Society", Edward Bellamy's "Looking Backward", and Charles Fourier's "On Trade". Preface gives brief biographies and a history of Utopian socialism.
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ISBN: 9781452383439
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