The Crisis

The years Thirty and Forty of the nineteenthth century were a period of great development for the utopian movements. In England, the most famous was the one linked to Robert Owen, entrepreneur-philanthropist, who directed, among others 'The crisis', whose meaningfully subtitle recites 'or the change from the error and misery, to truth and happines.' Newspaper, London, published from 1832 to1834
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