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Utopian socialism: Quiz


Question 1: [1] From the mid-19th century onwards, the other branches of socialism, most notably ________ and scientific socialism, overtook utopian socialism in terms of intellectual development and number of adherents.
Dialectical materialismDialecticKarl MarxMarxism

Question 2: He also set up an Owenite commune called New Harmony in ________, USA.
OhioNew JerseyMichiganIndiana

Question 3: Among the more minor utopian socialists was Étienne Cabet (1788–1856) who was influenced by ________.
Charles GideRobert OwenCooperativeCo-operative economics

Question 4: Also a contributor to ________, Fourier invented the concept of phalanstère, units of people based on a theory of passions and of their combination.
Women's rightsFeminismWomen's suffrageGender equality

Question 5: ________ (1771-1858) was a successful Welsh businessman who devoted much of his profits to improving the lives of his employees.
Charles GideRobert OwenCooperativeCo-operative economics

Question 6: ________, the North American Phalanx and the journal The Phalanx
SocialismAustrian SchoolCharles FourierAnarchist economics

Question 7: Critics have argued that Utopian socialists who established experimental communities were in fact trying to apply the ________ to human social organization, and were therefore not Utopian.
Scientific methodRelationship between religion and sciencePseudoscienceScience

Question 8: Rejecting the ________ altogether and thus the problems that arose with it, he made various fanciful claims about the ideal world he envisioned.
Textile manufacture during the Industrial RevolutionThomas HighsWilliam RadcliffeIndustrial Revolution

Question 9: His writings about turning work into play influenced the young ________ and helped him devise his theory of alienation.
MarxismKarl MarxSocialismJeremy Bentham

Question 10: Utopian socialists were important in the formation of modern movements for intentional community, ________, and meritocracy.
Free schoolCooperativeLibertarian socialismWorkers' self-management


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