Anna Newcomb

Founder and resident, Blueberry Hill Cohousing community, Northern Virginia.

Founder and resident of the Blueberry Hill Cohousing community in Northern Virginia.

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Well before the counterculture years of the ‘60s and ‘70s , 17th and 18th century America offered fertile grounds for those with utopian impulses.

The past and present of American utopianism

Well before the counterculture years of the ‘60s and ‘70s , 17th and 18th century America offered fertile grounds for those with utopian impulses.

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