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EDITORIAL.

RECENT ISSUES have been seriously delayed, all for different reasons. While this issue continues the trend, I hope that it will be possible to get back on schedule with the next one, although I had hoped that with the last one.

This issue includes a new complete translation into English of Jean Baptiste Say's Olbie (1800). I took my first course on utopias from the translator and had known of the translation in manuscript for many years until I realized that it was of a length that made it possible to publish in Utopian Studies. Professor Swanson revised his translation and wrote a new Introduction to it, and I am pleased to be able to include it here.

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Author:Sargent, Lyman Tower
Publication:Utopian Studies
Date:Jan 1, 2001
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