Escape to Utopia: The Communal Movement in America

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

GENERAL

These references deal with the social, economic, and religious backgrounds out of which communitarianism developed and with studies of the movement as a whole. As noted, some of the books may be consulted in reference to various specific communes.

Arnold J. I. Cooperative Citizenship. Evanston, Ill., 1933.

Bell T. Pioneering Days. London, 1941.

Bestor Arthur Eugene Jr. Backwoods Utopias; The Sectarian and Owenite Phases of Communitarian Socialism in America: 1663-1829. Philadelphia, 1950. (This book is highly documented and is valuable not only as an unsurpassed piece of scholarship, but as a bibliographical source.)

Bishop Claire Hutchet. All Things Common. New York, 1950.

Brummer E. de S. Village Communities. Garden City, N.Y., 1927.

Clough Shepard Bancroft, and Cole Charles Woolsey. Economic History of Europe. Boston, 1952.

Cross Whitney R. The Burned-Over District. Ithaca, N.Y., 1950.

Dickens Charles. American Notes for General Circulation. London, 1842.

Fromm Erich. The Sane Society. New York, 1955.

Granlund Laurence. The Cooperative Commonwealth. 1884.

Grimm Harold J. The Reformation Era. New York, 1954.

Gide C. Communist and Cooperative Colonies. New York, 1930.

Harbison E. Harris. Socialism and American Life, ed. D. D. Egbert and Stow Persons. Princeton, N.J., 1952.

Hertzler Jouce Orame. The Story of Utopian Thought. New York, 1923. (This book is an excellent source on the theoretical utopian philosophers, from Plato, More, and Bacon, on down to Bellamy Partridge who wrote Looking Backward ( Chicago, 1887), one of a genre of utopian books which project the characters into the future.)

Hillquit Morris. History of Socialism in the United States. New York, 1903.

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