British Industrialist Robert Owen on Indiana’s Wabash River Started Socialism Later Said Inevitable by Marx & Engels


The Pilgrims tried collectivism for one year and abandoned it after utter failure, and two centuries later, Robert Owen began what he called socialism at his New Harmony community on the Wabash river of Indiana, it too which failed, but his central tenets of no organized religion, no private property, and no marriage standard of one-man-and-one-woman were adopted by Marx and Engels for communism.