Socialist Community of Modern Times
Modern Times was founded by the individual anarchists Josiah Warren and Stephen Pearl Andrews, both of whom were strong believers in the idea of individual sovereignty, meaning essentially that every individual is responsible for seeking or finding their own purpose in life, rather than the purpose or meaning given to them by any given "society".
- "A History of Modern Times". Brentwood Public Library.
- Elizabeth Moore. "An Experiment in Anarchy: Modern Times, the notorious and short-lived utopian village that preceded Brentwood".
- Carol Strickland (June 30, 1989). "Legacy of Modern Times, an L.I. Utopia". New York Times.
- John Calvin Spurlock, “Anarchy and Community at Modern Times, 1851-1863,” Communal Societies 3 (1983), 29-47.
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