Cabet

[ka-be]
noun
  1. É·tienne [ey-tyen] /eɪˈtyɛn/, 1788–1856, French socialist who established a utopian community in the U.S. (in Illinois) called Icaria: became U.S. citizen 1854.
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  • As a result, Cabet, in 1856, was expelled from his own Icaria!

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    Samuel P. Orth

  • Bakunin used it in the congress at Berne in 1868, to oppose it to the communistic régime of Cabet.

  • The society soon became involved in a controversy in which Cabet's immediate following were outnumbered.

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    Samuel P. Orth

  • Though educated for the bar, Cabet devoted himself to social and political reform.

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  • Cabet thereupon framed a constitution and sought the means of founding a real Icaria.

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    Samuel P. Orth