Donald Wilson's "Matti Kurikka and the Utopian Socialist
Settlement of Sointula, British Columbia," deals with another aspect of Finnish socialist ideology.
The Chinese Revolution of 1949 abandoned the utopian socialist
dreams of its leaders and recast itself as the massive capitalist behemoth that it is today.
Both the NUWSS and WSPU leaderships regarded universal suffrage as a utopian socialist
The party's leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is hostile to the EU, because it could prevent him from implementing his utopian socialist
Lause argues that the American followers of the mystic Utopian socialist
Charles Fourier were almost all spiritualists.
Clearly, Engels admired both Owen and his utopian socialist
proposals and projects.
The followers of Charles Fourier, another early utopian socialist
, set up cooperative communities (which he called "phalanxes") in Europe and America; "Fourierism" found expression in locations as far-flung as Ohio, Texas, New Jersey, and Massachusetts, and counted among its adherents prominent American author Nathaniel Hawthorne.
But in contrast to the 1970s rebels, today's occupiers are no long-haired, pot-smoking anarchists who have taken to the barricades to call for a utopian socialist
The Icarians were a typical utopian socialist
commune founded in 1848 by the French refugee Etienne Cabet.
Feminist admirers subsequently depicted her as a free woman escaping an unhappy marriage, but Rogers pleads for a political reading of Luce's motivations, speculating about exposure to utopian socialist
ideas in the wake of the July 1830 Revolution.
Charles Fourier, the Utopian Socialist
most beloved by surrealists, had a philosophy of history with ascending and descending arcs.
The author describes a Danish poet as producing 'a special kind of primitivist utopian socialist
Surrealism' whatever that means; in more commercial publications such a description might invite an editorial blue pencil, or at least a question mark in the margin.