Modern Utopian Magazine


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The Modern Utopian Magazine, Volume 2, Issue 7 May/June 1968. "Forty years ago, a corrupt government, rampant consumerism, ecological concerns, and the alienation of modern life drove thousands of idealistic young people to the countryside with dreams of starting their own communities. Some were dazzling creative experiments that burned bright and brief; others evolved through the years and still exist today.The Modern Utopian Magazine, published and edited by Richard Fairfield, was a definitive exploration of the alternative communities that reshaped progressive culture in the '60s and early '70s. Fairfield spent the better part of a decade visiting and reporting on communes of all types to create an intimate and fascinating view into communal living. This expansively illustrated edition highlights alternative communities across the nation, discusses issues as Sex & Revolution, Abortion Underground, Population Explosion, Morningstar Ecology, Psychedelic Sexuality, and more. 32 pages, 11"x 8.5"

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