Ophelie Simeon is Associate Professor in British History at Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France.
Cover Half Title Title Page Copyright Page Contents Preface General introduction: socialism before the age of party Introduction Part 1 Work as it was and how it might be 4 Remarks on the Practicability of Mr. Robert Owen's Plan to Improve the Condition of the Lower Classes (London: S. Leigh, 1819), 25-28. 5 ""On the Causes of the Distress Prevalent in Great Britain"", in Report of the Committee appointed at a Meeting of Journeymen, Chiefly Printers, to take into Consideration Certain Propositions, Submitted to Them by Mr. George Mudie, Having for their Object a System of Social Arrangement, Calculated to Effect Essential Improvements in the Condition of the Working Classes (London: The Medallic Cabinet, 1821), 4-5.
Description based upon print version of record. 1 ""An Address to the Superintendents of Manufactories, and to those Individuals generally, who, by giving Employment to an aggregated Population, may easily adopt the Means to form the Sentiments and Manners of such a Population"", in A New View of Society, or, Essays on the Formation of the Human Character: Preparatory to the Development of a Plan for Gradually Ameliorating the Condition of Mankind, III (London: printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown,  1816), 71-77. 2 ""Evidence of Robert Owen on his New Lanark Experiment"", in Report of Minutes of Evidence, taken before the Select Committee on the State of Children employed in the Manufactories of the United Kingdom (London: Hansard, 1816), 20-28. 3 ""Letter, dated July 25 and 16, 1817, containing a Further Development of the Plan contained in the Report to the Committee of the Association for the Relief of the Manufacturing and Labouring Poor, with Answers and Objections"" (1817), in A Supplementary Appendix to the First Volume of The Life of Robert Owen, Containing a Series of Reports, Addresses, Memorials, and Other Documents, Referred to in That Volume. 1803-1820 (London: Effingham Wilson, 1858) Appendix I.2, 65-78. 6 ""Rights of Industry. Founding of the National Regeneration Society in Favour of the Eight-Hour Day"", Crisis, 7 December 1833, 117. Electronic reproduction. London Available via World Wide Web. Print version record.