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Course Description

In the decades before the Civil War, the United States was home to scores of utopian communities. Thousands of men and women left their homes and moved to remote areas to try out a new and radical way to live, and to find a perfected society. From the free love of Oneida to the racial equality of Nashoba to the religious zeal of the Shakers, these utopias reflected the idealistic and boisterous nature of American society.


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