Sir Thomas More's book Utopia, gives me a account of a society that should be. Simple cotlhes, no money, people share. One thing I despise though is that he uses salves.
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Actually, More was Henry VIII's chancelor, until he, uh, lost his head. The England of his day wasn't really industrialized, just an occasional mine or workshop. The oppressive power of More's time was tyranny, both civil and religious, and Utopia shows a land free of this.Originally posted by kyleb
ya that was a great book. there were some definite flaws in his plan but, all in all it sure beat the early industrialized England of the time that it was a response to.