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Despite that error, recommended for anyone interested in social, political, religious, cultural movements in American history. Jan 25, Carla added it.
This is such rich, well-written social history of the American Utopian communities from the Shakers to Oneida. The author is witty, but not dismissive of these doomed idealists, and the characters spring to life.
Interesting book that isn't, like too many histories, afraid to to speculate on what it all means. Sep 01, John rated it really liked it.
Nineteenth Century utopian communities started off with great promise. Yet all failed. Curiosity aroused, I picked up this book. Five major ones are profiled, all formed by enthusiastic idealists.
All were based on a communal lifestyle some even called themselves "communist" but that was before Communist became a bad word , all aspired to serve as a model for future civilization.
Shakers were celibate, "Perfectionists" of the Oneida commune practiced multi-partner free love. Major reasons Nineteenth Century utopian communities started off with great promise.
Major reasons for failure include bankruptcy, buildings burning down, quarrels over doctrine, sickness of living in close quarters with others and unsustainable inspiration.
Except for the New Harmony, Ind. From this reading I gather that only Oneida had a regular ritual aimed toward fostering cohesive community confession, performance review and psychoanalysis meld.
Oneida lasted the longest of those profiled in this book and one of its "inventions" Oneida Silverware exists today.
Feb 24, Mary rated it really liked it. The Utopian groups that sprung up in 19th Century America all shared the belief that perfection was just around the corner and that they would set the example for others to follow.
Their means to this end varied greatly but what they all had in common was the willingness to leave home and hearth behind and follow a charismatic leader, regardless of how half-baked or poorly thought out his or her teachings were.
May 04, Pete rated it really liked it. For extrazealous trash picking, individual boys will be rewarded with medals and military-style honors. Dec 05, Heidi rated it really liked it Shelves: non-fiction.
What I found most interesting was the influence of the culture and conditions of the mid 19th century on the formation of Utopianism as well as the religions that survive that time period today, particularly Mormonism.
After having visited the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, with my wife for a couple days and nights in for our 16th wedding anniversary, my interest in successful American Utopian societies grew even more.
When I heard on the New York Times Book Review podcast about Paradise Now by Chris Jennings, I immediately added it to my Books To Read list.
Paradise Now recounts the birth and eventual demise of five uniquely American Utopian societies in the 19th century: the Shakers, New Har After having visited the Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky, with my wife for a couple days and nights in for our 16th wedding anniversary, my interest in successful American Utopian societies grew even more.
Paradise Now recounts the birth and eventual demise of five uniquely American Utopian societies in the 19th century: the Shakers, New Harmony, Indiana, the Fourierists, the Oneida Community and the Icarians.
The book is structured with a brief introduction and a brief conclusion, with five sections in the middle for each of the societies. Some of the sections are longer than others where there is more information available from the author.
For example, the section on the Shakers is one of the longest. The Shakers' society was definitely the most successful and longest-living of the five societies.
They also seemed to have a reputation of getting along well with the secular communities around them as well as other religious groups and societies.
The Icarians were by far the weirdest society, in my opinion, started based upon the writings namely of a fictional land named Icaria of a French revolutionary named Etienne Cabet.
In a way, the Icarians remind me a bit of Scientology, a religion based upon writings of science fiction author L. Ron Hubbard. Interesting to me was that the term 'communism' in that timeframe meant the reorganization of society on a communal basis, which doesn't give me the strong negative feelings I get when I hear about communism or socialism today.
Another thing I found interesting was how so many of the founders of the unsuccessful colonies e. New Harmony spent an inordinate amount of time travelling around America and back and forth to Europe in fundraising efforts.
Meanwhile, back at the colonies, poor leadership or no leadership ran rampant and upon the return of the leaders and founders, the colonies either needed a lot of help or quickly fell apart.
There are also a couple of good themes running through the book: 1 women are highly respected and are important leaders in several of the societies, 2 education is "crowd-sourced" in a kind of co-op fashion within the societies and the children in them received a very high-quality education.
In other words, these societies weren't primarily about making white men rich. However, African-Americans were nowhere to be found in these societies - very few had their freedom during this timeframe to even have the choice to join a community, let alone the lack of diversity in these communities to begin with.
I wish that the author would have spent more time summarizing commonalities and themes of these societies that were all geographically and historically fairly close to each other; to compare and contrast them.
He does sprinkle these comparisons throughout the middle sections, but it is more sporadic. The author also makes note of visits from one colony to another by members, and disagreements or friendly relations between the same.
At the beginning of the book the author helps to give us a very brief explanation of the era of the Great Awakening in the Western World and helps us to understand the sense of urgency that was present in the minds of the founders of these societies.
In the conclusion, the author does summarize some themes, but it is a brief chapter. The good thing about not having so much summarizing is that the book is very engaging and exciting to read, and is not at all like a textbook or reference book.
The author provides plenty of quotes and evidence of his descriptions of the societies, and also dovetails the events happening in the societies with world events and connections with prominent historical figures of the time e.
Karl Marx, F. Engels, Ralph Waldo Emerson. Overall, I think this is a really good book for someone to read who is interested specifically in any of the five societies covered herein, because research and information on some of them is fairly limited due to the exclusive nature of the communities.
It is also interesting from social psychology, economic, religious and political aspects, to read how these different communities succeeded or mostly failed, despite best intentions.
In today's divisive climate in America in , I especially enjoyed the positive elements of these societies - people coming together under a common cause to help each other and thrive.
Sep 23, Alexander Miles rated it it was amazing. I thoroughly enjoyed Jennings' book on American utopias!
It focuses only on a handful, namely the Shakers, Owenites, Fourierists, Icarians, and Perfectionists, though a few other movements make brief appearances as well.
I suppose I hadn't had much foreknowledge of the topic before I dove in - only perhaps that these 19th century communities were forebears to the hippie communes of the 60s and 70s.
Jennings presents, in essentially chronological order, the appearance of the major collectivist mo I thoroughly enjoyed Jennings' book on American utopias!
Jennings presents, in essentially chronological order, the appearance of the major collectivist movements in the United States with special attention paid both to the personalities involved and the nuances of the philosophies or faiths that drove them.
A surprisingly amount of cross-pollination occurred; personalities involved in kicking off one utopian moment inevitably pop up in the chapters focused on the next, which helped give me a more developed image of each of these people.
The oddly progressive ideas that were fermenting in these collectivist movements kept catching me off guard, given they pre-dated the Civil War e.
The author managed to present the movements with blunt honesty, their sometimes bizarre ideas on full display, but also in a way that maintained the humanity of the idealists with respect for their hope and determination, if not necessarily for the goals they'd set out for.
Hope, I suppose, sits at the crux of it, then as it does now. I'll be dwelling upon the conclusion for some time to come. I'd recommend this book to anyone with even a passing interest in American history or social science; I've found it an unexpectedly interesting read on a topic I'd never have guessed would interest me.
Oct 31, Luke X. This book caught my attention because many of the subjects currently being discussed in political arenas - free healthcare; free education; free childcare; guaranteed living wages - are common to Utopian idealists.
In the book, Chris Jennings explores five significant Utopian movements that arose in the United States starting in the late 's through the latter 's.
Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Lubna Azabal Suha Hamza Abu-Aiaash Checkpoint Soldier Kais Nashif Said Lutuf Nouasser Car Owner as Lotuf Neusser Ali Suliman Khaled Mohammad Bustami Abu-Salim Ahmad Fares Tea Boy Waleed On-Allah Taxidriver Suha Asaad Dwikat Shawarma Shop Owner Imad Saber Shawarma Customer Mohammad Kosa Photographer Amer Hlehel Jamal Hiam Abbass Said's Mother Nour Abd El-Hadi Said's Sister Amjad Al-Imlah Edit Storyline Palestinians Said and Khaled, now in young adulthood, have been lifelong friends living in Nablus in the West Bank.
Taglines: From the most unexpected place, comes a bold new call for peace. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Jina Sumedi wrote an original score for the film that ultimately was not used.
Goofs When Khaled makes his speech for the second time, two of the people watching him are eating pitta.
The man with the purple T-shirt is holding the pitta with his right hand in one shot, with his left in the next.
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