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Jefferies, [John] Richard(1848-87). After London; or, Wild England In Two Parts. Part I.--The Relapse into Barbarism. Part II.--Wild England. London: Cassell and Company, 1885.
Rees, W[illiam] L[ee](1836-1912). Co-operation of Land, Labour, and Capital. Auckland, New Zealand: Upton & Co, 1885.
[Hitchcock], [Abner](1851-1936). The Fall of the Great Republic. Boston, MA: Roberts Brothers, 1885.
[Coxe], [Edward D.]. The Fool Killer. Chicago, IL: American Publishers' Association, 1885.
Strachey, [John] S[aint] L[oe](1860-1927). The Great Bread Riots and What Came of Fair Trade. Bristol, Eng.: J.W. Arrowsmith, 1885.
[Holmes], [Joseph Broadbent]. The Great Statesman. A Few Leaves From the History of Antipodea Anno Domini 3000. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Edward Lee, Steam Machine Printer, 1885.
Greer, Tom(1846/7-1904). A Modern Daedalus. London: Griffith Farran, Okedean & Welsh, 1885.
The New Democracy; A Fragment of Caucusian History. London: Sampson Low, Marston, Searle, & Rivington, 1885.
Casey, James. A New Moral World, and a New State of Society. Providence, RI: Author, 1885.
Tuckwell, Rev. W[illiam](1829-1919). The New Utopia, or England in 1985. A Lecture delivered in the Town Hall, Birmingham, on Sunday February 8th, 1885. Birmingham, Eng.: Birmingham Sunday Lecture Society, 1885.
Debenham, L. "Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-Five; or 'When There's a Will, There's a Way'" In Drama for the Drawing Room. London: London Literary Society, 1885.
Frazar, Douglas(1836-96). Perseverance Island or the Robinson Crusoe of the Nineteenth Century. Boston, MA: Lee and Shepard, 1885.
Ex M.P., An [pseud.]. A Radical Nightmare or, England Forty Years Hence. London: Field and Tuer, 1885.
[Van Deusen], [Alonzo]. Rational Communism. The Present and the Future Republic of North America. New York: The Social Science Publishing Company, 1885.
The Things which I Saw in a Dream. Biddeford, ME: The Biddeford Journal Office, 1885.


[Spence], [Catherine Helen](1825-1910). An Agnostic's Progress from the Known to the Unknown. London: Williams and Norgate, 1884.
Masquerier, Lewis(b. 1802). Appendix to Sociology or The Scientific Reconstruction of Society, government and Property. Upon Principles of The individuality or separateness of ownership, the equality or equalness in quantity and perpetuity or entailment of the private ownership of life, manhood, government, the Homestead and the whole product of labor, by organizing all nations into states and townships of Self-Governed Homestead Democracies, Self-employed in farming and mechanism combined, giving all the liberty and happiness to be found on earth. New York: Lewis Masquerier, 1884.
[Hamilton], [Edwin](1849-1910). Ballymuckbeg. A Tale of Eighty Years Hence. London/Dublin, Ireland: Griffith, Farran & Co./William McGee, 1884.
Colville, W[illiam Wilberforce] J[uvenal](1862-1917). Bertha: A Romance of Easter-tide. London: J. Burns, 1884.
Leavitt, Lydia [Brown]. Bohemian Society. Brockville, ON, Canada: Times Printing and Publishing Co, 1884.
[Allen], [Charles Grant Blairfindie](1848-99). "The Child of the Phalanstery" In Belgravia. Vol. 54., 1884.
Truman, O[rson] H[arold]. The Conquest: A Story of the Present, and Future, Real and Ideal. This Story Delineates in Part the Greatest Conception of the Age, and is the Most Important Work of Fiction Since "Uncle Tom's Cabin". Monticello, IA: O.H. Truman, 1884.
Gronlund, Laurence(1846-99). The Coöperative Commonwealth in its Outlines. An Exposition of Modern Socialism. Boston, MA/New York: Lee and Shepard/Charles T. Dillingham, 1884.
Darkness and Dawn; The Peaceful Birth of a New Age. London: Kegan Paul, Trench and Company, 1884.
Stowe, Lyman E.. Detroit of the Future In Poetical Drifts of Thought or, Problems of Progress. Treating Upon the Mistakes of the Church--The Mistakes of the Atheist Infidel and Materialist--God Not the Maker of the Universe--Progress the Evidence of a Merciful, But Not All Powerful, God. Reconciliation of Science and Christianity. The Formation of a Solar System--Evolution--Human Progress--Possibilities of the Future--Including Spicy Explanatory Matter in Prose. Embellished with Nearly 200 Illustrations. Together With a Number of Fine Poems On Popular Subjects Including Sketches of the City of the Straits--Past, Present and Future. Detroit, MI: Lyman E. Stowe, Publisher, 1884.