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by Alex MacDonald

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In "Cloud-Capped Towers: The Utopian Theme in Saskatchewan History and Culture," Alex MacDonald surveys the utopian stream of prairie idealism in Saskatchewan, including intentional communities of the early settlement period, utopianism in city planning and literature, and a wide variety of today's utopianisms from naturism to environmentalism. Arranged alphabetically, "Cloud-Capped Towers" can be explored for brief histories, interviews with intentional communitarians, and notes on utopianism in Saskatchewan literature. The text, the illustrations and the appendices also trace what is undoubtedly the central utopian theme in our history--the value, and indeed the necessity, of co-operation, not only to survive but to achieve our dreams of a better life.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 13:32:47 -0400)

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