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Baum, Gregory [G.]. "A New Renaissance?" In Visions 2020: Fifty Canadians in Search of a Future, Edited by Clarkson, Stephen For the Canadian Forum. Edmonton, AB, Canada: M. G. Hurtig, 1970.
Leddy, James. The New Republic. New York: Abbey Press, 1902.
Schellhous, E. J. M.D.. The New Republic. Founded on the Natural and Inalienable Rights of Man, and Containing the Outlines of Such a Government As the Patriot Fathers Contemplated and Formulated in the Declaration of Independence, When Struggling for Liberty. San Francisco, CA: Bacon and Company, 1883.
Mallock, W[illiam] [Hurrell](1849-1923). The New Republic; or, Culture, Faith and Philosophy in an English Country House. Vol. 2 vols. London: Chatto and Windus, 1877.
Gardner, [Henry] Gilson(1869-1935). A New Robinson Crusoe. A New Version of His Life and Adventures With an Explanatory Note. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Howe, 1920.
Ray, Howard William. The New School: A Novel of the Creation of a New Society. New York: Exposition Press, 1959.
Cephas, [pseud.]. A New Social Order. Birmingham, Eng.: Cornish Brothers, 1942.
[Chamberlain], [Betsey Guppy](1797-1886). "A New Society" In The Lowell Offering; A Repository of Original Articles, Written Exclusively By Females Employed in the Mills (Lowell, MA). Vol. 1., 1841.
A New society, called the Self-Examining Society. [Connecticut?], 1830.
Malen, Lenore. The New Society for Universal Harmony. New York: Granary Books, 2005.
A New State of Society: A Diologue [sic.] between Theophilus and Amida. London: Rational Tract Society, 1844.
Michael, Richard. New Terra and Beyond: The Expanding Human Universe. [Bloomington, IN]: Xlibris, 2009.
Friend of the Utmost Reform, in the Mean Time, To the Representative System of Government, [pseud.]. A New Theory of Moral and Social Reform; Founded on the Principal and Most General Facts of Human Nature. Or Essays, To Establish a Universal Criterion of Moral Truth, That Shall Be Intelligible and Practicable Alike To Every Individual, and to Found Thereon a Plan of Voluntary Association and Order, Calculated to Secure Equal Benefits, As Well As "Equal Rights," To Every Member of Society, Without the Aid of Either Priestly or Political Government. London: Ptd. for Effingham Wilson, 1828.
Huffman, Bert[ram Wilson](1870-1953). New Thoughts for a New World. Newton Station, BC, Canada: Author, 1945.
Hughes,, W[illiam] R[avenscroft] M.A.(b. 1880), ed. for The New Town Council. New Town, A Proposal in Agricultural, Industrial, Educational, Civic and Social Reconstruction. London: Pub. for The New Town Council by J.M. Dent, 1919.
Roberts, Alaric J.. New Trade Winds for the Seven Seas. Santa Barbara, CA: J. F. Rowny Press, 1942.
Rojo, Pepe. "The New US" In Twelve Tomorrows: MIT Technology Review SF Annual 2016, Edited by Sterling, [Michael] Bruce(b. 1954). Cambridge, MA: MIT Technology Review, 2015.
Milward, Peter [Christopher] [S.J.](1925-2017). A New Utopia. [Tokyo]: Aratake Shuppan, 1979.
Jerome, Jerome K[lapka](1859-1927). "The New Utopia" In Treasure Trove. Vol. 1.2 ., 1890.
[Drane(Mother Francis Raphael, O.S.D.)], [Augusta Theodosia](1823-94).. "The New Utopia" In Irish Monthly . Vol. 5., 1877.
A New Utopia Called A League-for-A Living. New York: League-For-A-Living Committee, 1922.
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.
Johnston,, Alexander M.A.. The New Utopia; or, Progress and Prosperity. An Exposure of the Evils Produced by Unwise Legislation, and A Suggestion of the Means Whereby They May Be Remedied. Sydney, NSW, Australia: Turner and Henderson, 1890.
Owen, Robert(1771-1858). A New View of Society; or, Essays on the Principle of the Formation of the Human Character, and the Application of the Principle to Practice. London: Ptd. for Cadell and Davies, by Richard Taylor and Co., 1813.
Hodgart, Matthew [John Caldwell] ed. [written by](1916-96). A New Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms. Being the Fifth Part of the Travels into Several Remote Parts of the World by Lemuel Gulliver First a Surgeon and then a Captain of Several Ships. Wherein the Author returns and finds a New State of Liberal Horses and Revolting Yahoos. London: Duckworth, 1969.

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