To the Finland Station; a Study in the Writing and Acting of History Setting & Symbolism

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France

The European nation of France was the home of Jules Michelet and others. It was also the site of the French Revolution and the Commune.

Wales

Wales, a country in Europe, was the birthplace of Robert Owen.

Manchester

Manchester is the city in England where Owen was in charge of a textile factory.

Scotland

New Lanark, Scotland is where there was a textile mill run by Owen.

New Harmony, Indiania

New Harmony was the location of a second model community when Owen visited the United States.

New Lanark

New Lanark is a town in Scotland with a textile mill. It is where Robert Owen established his model community.

Brussels, Belgium

Brussels is the capitol of Belgium and where Marx and Jenny lived for a while.

Switzerland

Switzerland is a European nation where several of the main characters either visited or lived.

United States

The United States was...

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