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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.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). Outline of the Rational System of Society, Founded On Demonstrable Facts Developing the Constitution and Laws of Human Nature; Being the only Effectual Remedy For the Evils Experienced By the Population Of the World: The Immediate Adoption of Which Would Tranquilize the Present Agitated State Of Society, And Relieve It From Moral and Physical Evil, By Removing the Causes Which Produce Them. [London]: Bradbury and Evans, Printer, 1830.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). "Marriage As It Ought To Be" In The New Moral World (London). Vol. [5].32., 1833.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). The Revolution in the Mind and Practice of the Human Race, or the Coming Change from Irrationality to Rationality. London: Effingham Wilson, 1839.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). A Development of the Principles and Plans on which to Establish Self-Supporting Home Colonies; as a Most Secure and Profitable Investment for Capital, and an Effectual Means Permanently to Remove the Causes of Ignorance, Poverty, and Crime. And Most Materially to Benefit All Classes of Society by Giving a Right Attention to the Now Greatly Misdirected Powers of the Human Faculties and of Physical and Moral Science. London: Home Colonization Society, 1841.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). "Rules and Regulations of a Community" In The New Moral World. Vol. ns 5.14 - 15 ., 1843.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). The Book of the New Moral World, on Government and Laws. Part Sixth. London: J. Watson, 1844.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). Reasons for Each Law of the New Constitution Proposed to be Introduced First into The State of New York, Afterwards into Each State of the Union, and then from the Universal and Unchanging Truth of the Principles and Innumerable Advantages in Practice to all Other Nations. And, Also, A Contrast Between the Old and New Systems of Society. Washington, DC: Np, 1846.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). The Inauguration of the Millennium May 14th 1855. Being the report of two public meetings with an introduction. London: J. Clayton and Son, 1855.
Owen, Robert (1771-1858). Part VII. of The New Existence of Man Upon the Earth. Including an Outline of the Principles and Government of the Millennial World. With an Appendix containing Correspondence and Spiritual Communication. London: Effingham Wilson, J. Clayton and Son, and Holyoake, 1855.