Socialism achieved by the moral persuasion of capitalists to surrender the means of production peacefully to the people. It was advocated by Johann Fichte and Robert Owen among others.
- He later described his ideas at the time as a ‘curious mixture ‘of Western liberalism, democratic reformism, and utopian socialism or anarchism.’
- The movement established some links with reforms such as feminism and utopian socialism.
- His utopian socialism had a lasting impact on radical politics in that colony and even beyond its borders.
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