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

TitleReasons 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
Year for Search1846
AuthorsOwen, Robert (1771-1858)
Date Published1846
PublisherNp
Place PublishedWashington, DC
KeywordsMale author, Scottish author, Welsh author
Annotation

Constitution for a union of intentional communities. See also 1813, 1830, 1839, 1841, 1843, 1844, and 1855 (2) Owen. 

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Author Note

Owen (1771-1858) was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 

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1846 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. DLC

Constitution for a union of intentional communities. See also 1813, 1830, 1839, 1841, 1843, 1844, and 1855 (2) Owen. Owen was born in Wales and his first major experiment was at New Lanark, Scotland, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.