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From its inception Koinonia devoted itself to the advancement of racial integration while paying special attention to the problem of the black people of the South.
Their unique way of advancing these objectives was through a communal life in which interracial co-operation was fulfilled in practice.
In the late 50s racial equality became a cardinal issue in the United States. The southern states witnessed a struggle against segregation in schools and public places, and Koinonia, as a community fighting for racial equality, found itself at the center of the storm.
In an economic boycott was imposed on Koinonia and they could neither deposit money in the bank nor buy and sell within a mile radius of the settlement.
Business people avoided contact with them for fear of damage to their businesses. In the winter of , the settlement was fired on by hoodlums driving along the main road, and this became a matter of routine.
The attacks intensified when the Ku Klux Klan held meetings of incitement close to the settlement. At these meetings they accused the Koinonia members of communism and told them to leave Georgia.
The boycott and attacks on Koinonia by the people of the south aroused a wave of support from liberal circles in the northern states.
In numerous groups rallied to help and an association called The Friends of Koinonia was formed. They viewed their support of Koinonia as a part of the struggle against racism, but while the outside help contributed towards economic rehabilitation, it could not solve all the problems.
Some time later it became clear that the economic boycott, external pressure and physical terrorism had weakened the commune socially.
The shortages and hardships caused internal tension among those who remained, fear for the children grew, and there were those who sought refuge in the North, particularly the black members whose physical wellbeing was under threat.
The internal crisis reached its climax in It became clear that their total support for the struggle of the civil rights movement would not enable them to attain a reasonable integration of their aims.
The harnessing of Koinonia to the struggle against racial discrimination posed a dilemma that would trouble its members for the next decade.
During these years the question recurred of whether to stay in the South and continue the battle for black integration or to move elsewhere and maintain their cooperative community in peace and quiet.
The disagreements were settled by a compromise whereby they decided to wait and keep the option of a move open should the situation deteriorate.
The members of Koinonia decided to remain in the South because they were conscious of their contribution to the struggle going in their county.
While their persistence in the civil rights struggle stabilized Koinonia as a settlement, it did not prevent its disintegration as a commune.
Involvement in these struggles often brought the problem of Koinonias identity to the fore and also raised the question of whether the existence of a commune was vital.
In early the dilemma worsened and discussions began at Koinonia on the possibility of giving up economic co-operation. Evidence of the seriousness of the situation was the position adopted in these discussions by the communes founder, Clarence Jordan, who felt that continued communal co-operation was no longer possible.
He claimed that over the years he had seen that communality obliged its members to behave contrary to their will and personal ambitions.
Jordan ceased to believe that economic co-operation is a condition for spiritual co-operation. Moreover, he felt that releasing people from financial interdependence would give them more time for intentional co-operation.
These discussions led Koinonia to a new organizational structure. The commune's economy was divided into different sectors and each family was responsible for one of them.
The families could organize their work as they saw fit and also hire outside workers. Each family was responsible for its own livelihood and was required to pay community taxes.
The land and the principal means of production remained in the hands of the community. In the members of Koinonia decided that the farm would be kept as their cooperative property and that food and medical services would remain as they were, but each family would take the responsibility for revenue-generating enterprises.
Thus they abandoned their original ideology of full co-operation in order to preserve their mission in the fight for integration.
In they shifted the main thrust of their activities to an enterprise building inexpensive housing for low income black families, and changed their name to Koinonia Partners, which underscored the transition from a commune to a limited partnership as partners in a non-profitable charitable organization.
Koinonia and Macedonia have been taken as test cases. They constituted a special chapter in the history of pacifist communes: At their founding they were characterized by the desire to show that pacifism could be constructive and that the ideology of peace could shape the basic principles of communal communities whose ways of life could fall into line with the values of the pacifist world.
From the experience of these two communes it appears that while pacifist theory could bring its adherents to initiate the establishment of communes, it did not succeed in creating a cohesive set of values that could establish a stable communal life.
At a certain stage in their development, other causes of attraction diverted the pacifist focus and integrated it into other philosophies.
Macedonia as a secular pacifist commune, lost its belief in its unique message, broke up and merged with the Anabaptist commune movement.
Koinonia, which at its inception was a religious pacifist commune, succeeded in surviving as a commune while becoming involved in the struggle for interracial integration in the South.
Yet it, too, lost its original message, becoming a small intentional community that maintained partial communality: cooperative ownership of its land, farm buildings and branches, and family privacy while maintaining mutual aid.
Instead of the pacifist message and the fight for racial equality, it shifted to serving the low income strata mainly through its construction company for inexpensive housing for the economically distressed black population.
Pacifism in the United States after World War Two neither succeeded in creating a stable communal movement nor establishing exemplary settlements that would cast their influence over a broad periphery.
It did not, however, vanish from American public life. It still had roles to play in the struggle against the Vietnam war, and the fight for peace became a central part of the counterculture ethos.
It also did not vanish from the world of the communes, for not much time passed before the establishment of other communes in America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand that adopted the aspiration towards peace as one of their declared and principal elements.
But they also had other aims, and the aspiration to prove the constructive element of pacifism was not the central one.
This was pretty much a red rag to a bull. Oh, add to that, multi-width shoes introduced by Clarks, Quaker shoe makers from Street in Somerset.
The historic impact of small-scale experimental utopian communities - misrepresented, maybe - insignificant, I don't think so. Can we learn anything from our utopian ancestors?
As I have travelled through both time and geography a sort of hidden utopian landscape Utopia Britannica - has revealed itself to me; a garden village here, a land settlement there, further on a religious community, in the next town a freehold land club, then a Chartist colony, over the next hill a model village, round the next bend a settlement house There seems to be what I have termed a 'utopian tendency' to human nature, an innate drive to make the world a better place.
For some, the tendency works in relation to their immediate surroundings and close relative; others are driven to apply it to the whole of society.
One of the problems surrounding any discussion of attempts to set up ideal societies is the confusing interplay between fictional utopias and practical utopian experiments.
When is a fiction a plan? Is a plan fiction? What happens when a plan is put into action? What about experiments with no plans; are they utopian?
What if the reality doesn't match up to the plan: is the community a fiction? Lucy Sargisson in her book Contemporary Feminist Utopianism suggests that in women's science fiction utopia is no longer a fixed, completely-defined plan that can be deemed to have been attained or not, but instead a dynamic ongoing process that we have to participate in.
Perhaps utopianism has always been a dynamic ongoing participatory process. We just happen to view it through freeze-frame-snapshot-spectacles.
With such short lifespans for many communities can we really make any claims for widespread influence? Especially when there is also a tendency for the groups that do survive to loose much of their initial radical edge as time progresses.
The Sociologist Nick Crossley has recently argued that we should see smallscale social experiments that fall short of their complete aspirations as - Working utopias.
Not only do they offer critique; but they also add to this imagination and play and creativity. In addition they are spaces physical, fictional, imaginary and real in which we can think about things differently Visitors from the mainstream can enter them and engage in utopian dialogue, returning marked by the encounter..
I asked myself the question - are we talking about a living tradition? Neil was head. Before Neil moved his school to Suffolk it was based in Dorset from where he would drive at weekends to exchange notes with the Headmaster of Dartington School in Devon,W.
At Dartington at the time was a young artist in residence potter Bernard Leach, who would almost single-handed revive the art of the craft potter from his studio at the artists Colony at St Ives.
Nicolson along with the likes of Henry Moore, Augustus John and Eric Gill formed the Artist International Association, an anti-fascist group whose aim was to establish an 'army of artists' to oppose the advance of 'philistine barbarism'.
William Morris at this stage was in his anarcho-marxist-revolutionary phase and working for a revolution through the Socialist League.
One member of the Socialist League was Edward Thomas Craig, known as ET to his friends, the elderly Craig was renowned for his phrenology reading carried out in the parlour at Kelmscott Manor, but in his younger days he had been not only a Chartist but before that an Owenite and had in fact been the manager of the Owenite community at Ralahine in Co.
That however does not really count. In set about founding their enlightenment utopian - Pantisocracy. And if thou dost not act, thou dost nothing.
A Watchword to the City of London Notes: 1. Quoted by T. How to Solve the Problem of Rural Depopulation. Working Utopias and Social Movements.
Sociology 33 4 , Lucy Sargisson. Utopian Bodies and the Politics of Transgression 4. Squatter, street performer, carpenter, father, anarchist and communard, lived for twenty years at People in Common a small alternative community based in Burnley Lancashire that grew out of the radical underground of the 's.
He was a founder member of a building co-operative and Altham Hardwood Centre an ecological timber co-operative specialising in sustainable use of English Oak.
Currently works as a freelance consultant for community based building projects, balancing writing about communities with building them.
Has spent the last 3 years researching a history of British Utopian experiments entitled: Utopian Britannica Pub date 1.
Greaves Community and school set up by followers of Sacred Socialism at Alcott House on four acres of land with extensive gardens planted with fruit trees.
Also a playground, lawns, walkways, arbours and summerhouse. The residents lived a spartan life of Physical Puritanism, eating a raw vegetarian diet and subscribing to a whole range of 'new' ideologies, including phrenology, hydropathy, mesmerism and celibacy.
They promoted their ideas through printing The Heathian and New Age magazines. The Haslemere Peasant Industries -? The Haslemere Peasant Industries set up by Godfrey Blount and his wife Ethel was an artistic community with the aim of integrating work, leisure and the country life and the philanthropic principles of the home industries movement.
The Peasant Industries was an umbrella organisation of small workshops that employed local craftworkers. It also ran a shop in London.
Along with C. Ashbee's wife Janet the Blounts were prominent members of the Healthy and Artistic Dress Union which promoted the wearing of "unusually comfortable, loose-fitting clothes made of hand-woven cloth.
Kaplan Toynbee Hall ? Set up by Canon Barnet to bring middle-class students in touch with working class communities and carry out social relief work.
Among the students to pass through its doors were C. William Beveridge and Clement Attlee. Became a series of trusts in and managed to maintain its radical edge beyond the death of its founders.
Originally known for its mainly foreign landscape painters. Was always more cosmopolitan than its sister colony at Newlyn.
Still a magnet for the art world with the recent opening of the new Tate Gallery there. Owenite-inspired community set up by landowner John Vandeleur after disturbances on his estate, with E.
Craig the editor of the Lancashire co-operator as manager. A successful cooperative agricultural community was established on the acre estate.
Cottages and communal facilities were built, a school and library established. The community was run by an elected committee who introduced a labour credit system.
Weaving was introduced and they brought in the first reaping machine to be used in Ireland. The community was wound up after 2 yrs existence when Vandeleur lost his estate in a bet.
Pordage, radical rector of Bradfield, kept open house or 'family communion'. Pordage went on to set up the Phildelphians with Jane Leade.
Soon joined by others, they attempted to tend the heath as a "common treasury for all", building huts, grazing livestock and cutting firewood.
Through Winstanley's writing others were inspired throughout England to take up their spades and start to cultivate the commons.
Over 70 mainly early socialist. A large number of all types of groups manage to survive for up to 5 years. Community is a buzzword today, on the lips of many, but it is not unreasonable to declare that never before in human history has real human community been in such serious decline as it is today.
Especially in the "developed" countries of the western world, egotism and selfishness have become paramount values, while traditional values, such as close, nurturing community, have marched steadily toward oblivion.
Today I want to address a terrible irony in the contemporary world. On the one hand, the world is drowning in its own material and cultural excesses, and an important root cause of that suffering is the retreat from community we see all around us.
On the other hand, communal studies, one of the few places that stand to make a real contribution to the restoration of community as a vital principle in human culture, is a field inhabited by the smallest handful of scholars, communitarians, and preservationists.
Some few hundreds of thousands live communally, and a relatively few more support the communal ideal through such intercommunal organizations as the United Kibbutz Movement, the Ecovillage Network, the Fellowship for Intentional Community, the various European communal networks, and other such groups.
As a percentage of the world's population they aren't very numerous, but they look like a huge throng compared to the few hundred persons worldwide who are involved in the International Communal Studies Association and its sibling groups.
Yet despite our small numbers I am convinced that our work is vital. While I would not be so arrogant as to say that we ICSA members uniquely of all the world's people have the answers the world needs, I do believe that we do have some saving knowledge - some idea of how we can make human culture fulfil its promise in a better way.
And my call is for us to our apply our important knowledge to a world that stands to benefit greatly by having it.
What I would call the crisis, or at least the malaise, of the contemporary world is made up of elements quite familiar to all of us.
Perhaps foremost is our continuing assault on our common global environment. For many decades we have known that our lifestyle is devastating the earth, but our excessive behaviors just get worse, not better.
We continue to pour carbon dioxide and other gases into the atmosphere, making global warming an imminent environmental disaster.
We continue to drive ever more cars ever more miles, consuming more and more petroleum, paving over farmland, and pouring vast quantities of greenhouse gases into the air we breathe.
We spray endless tons of chemicals on our farmland, thus poisoning both the earth and the water that runs off the land. We cut down vast tracts of forest land, the lungs of the earth, and we destroy yet more land by strip-mining.
The ozone that protects us from deadly ultraviolet radiation is vanishing due to our activities. We continue to create nuclear waste that will be with us for hundreds of thousands of years.
But you know all that. Instead of making this lecture simply a catalog of the ills of the world, let me simply affirm that there plenty of them.
We have crime. We have poverty. We have widespread social injustice. We have racism. Prejudice against women, against homosexuals, against certain ethnic groups, and against unpopular religions continues to thrive.
War and other kinds of violence remain ever with us. So where do these terrible, seemingly intractable, social problems come from?
I would maintain that they stem from a variety of human activities. Industrial capitalism has led to a society in which a small elite controls enormous resources while vast numbers waste away in poverty.
Urbanization has contributed to an unwholesome physical environment. Alienation is everywhere. Our technology has only fueled our race into a world of anti-community.
Our cars have given us sealed little anonymous environments in which we do not have to interact in a human and personal way with others.
Television has taken us out of the public square and isolated us in our living rooms. The vast flow of information now coming through computers takes us out of libraries and has us sit alone in front of screens.
Western culture glorified rampant individualism of the worst kind - not the kind that embraces creativity and diversity, but the kind that promotes a "me first" attitude that puts the selfish interests of the individual ahead of the common good.
The causes of our social situation are many and complex, but they are of our own making. Ultimately, perhaps, they arise from human nature itself.
But certainly one prime element of the social crisis is the breakdown of community. Where the tribe, the family, the clan once dominated one's life, alienated isolation now reigns supreme.
Without community our world is simply falling apart. Again, I disclaim any ability to discern a perfect solution to this situation.
Indeed, I am convinced that we will not make great headway against them in my lifetime or in my greatgrandchildren's lifetime unless some dramatic catastrophe grabs and shakes us.
Because we do eventually need to make some headway against them, however, I believe that we need to propose the best solutions we can and start working on them.
If not us, who? If not now, when? At the risk of sounding simple-minded, I must say that the solution to the breakdown of community is the creation of more community.
That is exactly what the world is calling out for at this difficult moment in its history. I would recognize at the outset that there are many types of community, so many that ultimately the word loses a great deal of its specific meaning.
Broadly speaking, community means building intimate and supportive human relationships. It can mean neighborliness, or simple gestures of charity, helping the downtrodden and unfortunate.
The word "communitarianism" is now used in the United States by some to denote this kind of pursuit of broad, common values in opposition to the prevailing pattern of individualism.
Most of us can endorse that program, at least in its general intent. Anything we can do in the direction of bringing people together for the common good surely deserves applause and assistance.
Community, however, can mean something much deeper, or at least more specific, than that as well. It can mean an overhaul of one's lifestyle in which one not only tries to live a good and helpful life but also tries to use one's life to bring about deep social change in concert with others.
For those whose level of dedication to their ideals is especially high, living in an intentional communities is perhaps the best of all possible ways to exist.
Although the number of persons living in intentional communities is small, as I have said, communities do provide a crucial model of another way of life that the people of the world need to see.
Or perhaps I should say "models," in the plural, because communities take a wide variety of forms. Some today, as in the past, continue to be heavily communal, with all members living from a common treasury and giving up virtually all private property.
Some have a heavy focus in a particular religious outlook, or in a similarly central secular philosophy.
In the last few years two types of intentional community have seemed to emerge as especially appropriate to the spirit of our time: ecovillages and cohousing.
At the same time, the traditional religious communitarians, such as the Hutterites, are still an enormous part of the overall communal scenes.
The kibbutzim of Israel remain world leaders as communal pioneers. The many egalitarian communities founded during the last thirty-five years or so are continuing to make an enormous contribution.
The world of community is a diverse one. Those of us who work as academics are as a matter of principle supposed to be impartial observers and analysts, not advocates.
While I do believe we do need to keep a good deal of objectivity in our work, however, I think it eminently reasonable to believe that the focus of our studies needs encouragement as well as observation.
It seems to me entirely reasonable to believe that the massive celebration of individualism of the destructive sort, of anticommunity, of the last two or three hundred years has produced some dreadful consequences, and that the return to community in its many forms, and the development of more intimate and supportive human relationships, are major parts of the answer to the problem.
And that, in short, is why I think communal studies matters, and why the International Communal Studies Association is important.
My many scientist friends have made huge contributions to human well-being through their work that has led to the wonders of modern medicine, among other things.
I would only hope that communal studies scholars could have the same dedication to a socially beneficial outcome to their work. One reason that I am such an enthusiastic participant in the ICSA is that it fully and eagerly embraces not only academics but also practicing communitarians.
My larger academic involvement is in religious studies, and when I go to the annual conference of our major national professional association, the American Academy of Religion, I find myself in the company of about 8, scholars of religious studies and only a tiny handful of practitioners who are not also scholars.
That has its value, but it doesn't ignite my passion the way the ICSA does. The interaction between scholars and practicing communitarians, and of course the inclusion of many individuals who are both at once, is a key part of the genius of this organization.
I would go farther than that and say that the two principal constituencies of our organization, the scholars and the practicing communitarians, actually need each other.
For scholars, I suppose that's obvious: we do, after all, need subjects for our research. As a scholar I would say that if intentional communities did not exist we would have to invent them, if only to keep us in bread and butter.
But the other side of the equation is equally important: communitarians and communities today need scholars. We all know that some communities are suspicious of scholarship of the type practiced in modern universities and close themselves off, but most do not, fortunately, and over time most do come to realize just what they have to gain from scholarly attention.
A major reason why communities need scholars is that communities, for all their strengths, are widely regarded by the general public as cesspools of odd and deviant human behavior.
In the United States word "commune" is hardly used any more because it carries so much negative baggage.
A word with an even more negative connotation than "commune" is "cult," or Europeans would say "sect," which in popular use may basically be defined as a group of which one disapproves, which one thinks is somehow sinister or dangerous.
And for many citizens of the modern world, there's really no difference between commune and cult. People who do things differently are suspect.
It has been the case over and over that when an intentional community tries to buy land on which to establish itself, local people resist letting these terrible undesirables into the neighborhood.
Once a community gets established and the neighbors find out just how positive it can be, then things change. But the social stereotypes and prejudices are enormous, by and large.
It typically has around members and thus is hard to ignore, but over time its neighbors came to see the dedication and hard work of the members, as well as their provision of extensive social services to the poor and homeless, and members had reason to think they were overcoming all of the typical anti-communal prejudices and settling in as respectable members of society, even if a lot of their members continued to look like punks and hippies.
Then, a few months ago, the Chicago Tribune newspaper published a scathing series, based heavily on accounts provided by hostile exmembers, that pulled just about all of the classic stereotypes into play: these people were brainwashing their members so that the leaders could control them.
They were amassing huge amounts of money for which they were not accounting. The leaders were living very well while the common members were living in poverty.
And so on and so forth - everything that is commonly believed about a "cult" was there. JPUSA has been struggling mightily since then to reclaim what should rightfully be a positive public image.
And how has it undertaken that? In significant part it has done it with the help of outside academic scholars. Over the years quite a few scholars have come to know a lot more about the real nature of the organization than a newspaper reporter with a negative agenda did.
Those scholars provided statements in rebuttal of the manifest errors and misjudgments of the newspaper stories, and thus helped JPUSA overcome unfair and biased criticism.
And there are other reasons why communities need scholars. Another contribution scholars can make to communities is the provision of an understanding of history.
Communities have been around for several thousand years, and often the past has lessons that can be exceedingly useful to the present.
Scholars can provide those lessons for communitarians who can genuinely use them. After all, we don't need to reinvent the wheel every time someone decides to start an intentional community.
Furthermore, scholars can evaluate and criticize intentional communities, which, it must be said, do not always recognize some of their own shortcomings and problems.
The simple fact is that scholars need communities, and communities need scholars. If for no other reason, the ICSA has a most valuable role to play.
It is my hope that we can strengthen it and make it live up to its very considerable potential. Beginning as a loose group of spiritual seekers in San Francisco, the people who eventually became the residents of the Farm piled onto a long caravan of buses and finally, after months on the road, settled down to build a commune.
They continued, however, and continue today to perform tireless work for social and environmental justice and reform.
About three years after arriving in Tennessee they published what was one of the most evocative primary documents of the communes of that time, a colorful book called Hey Beatnik: This Is the Farm Book, written largely by the Farm's charismatic leader Stephen Gaskin.
One of the short articles in the book is entitled "This country needs in great numbers to become voluntary peasants.
That phrase is chosen from the old thing, "Well, I ain't out to save the world, but. Out front. I don't know anything else to do that seems worthwhile.
I can already feed myself. I already was a college professor. Not as much fun as this. Want to help? Late last summer, I first began thinking about what would be a useful and interesting paper for this gathering.
In the United States, we were approaching a Presidential election, and there was much comment about President Clinton's "legacy"--in other words, how would history remember him?
I am an historian. I really like the word "legacy". Yet it is very difficult to determine a legacy, is it not? Timothy Miller contributed an article marking the 25th anniversary of many communal societies in the United States.
It was a long, impressive list. I began thinking about the intentions and hopes of these communities' founding members. These communes are aging.
Members are beginning to wonder how they will preserve their histories and their archives,--in short, how to manage their legacies.
The CSA is receiving more inquires from communities, for example, about how and where to preserve their historical records.
This Community disbanded one hundred and twenty one years ago, but it continues to fascinate. Descendants, scholars, corporate executives, funders, museum officials, journalists, students and countless others have struggled to interpret the Oneida Community--on the one hand, trying to be candid about the intentions and truths of the nineteenth century communards' lives, and on the other hand, attempting to make the Oneida Community both relevant and interesting to a twenty-first century audience.
The community home O. Mansion House: OCMH which embodies its history so marvelously, has recently been legally severed from the silverware corporation, Oneida Ltd.
A non-profit organization has been formed to maintain the room Mansion House, to establish a museum there, and to attract contemporary visitors.
As a scholar of the Oneida Community I have been fortunate to be consulted about some of these recent developments.
Yet, the compelling question remains: what is the legacy of the Oneida Community, or any other community?
What message or lesson, if any, did the members of the original community intend to convey to "outsiders", both contemporaries and those of the future?
Did they, in fact, even ponder their legacy, and did they make efforts to shape their legacy? What I would like to do today is to use the Oneida Community as an example for raising wider questions about the lessons of communal living, and specifically, the legacy of each intentional community.
Many people who are here at the conference have dedicated their lives to building communities, and have no doubt been impelled to do so by many diverse motivations.
I am not a communard, but rather, an historian. Yet, I hope to raise questions not only for those of us who study communities, but also for those who do the hard work of building living communities all around the world.
It is a truism in the historical profession that, when analyzing social phenomena, there is no such thing as objective truth--that each historian will interpret her subject through the filter of her own time and of her own value system.
Nevertheless, an historian of intentional communities attempts to be faithful to the people she studies, asking: what were they about?
This leads me to ask another question: can a community control its legacy or even influence it? Or having once disbanded, does a community's legacy succumb entirely to the vicissitudes of its subsequent interpreters, that is, to the interpretation of people like me?
In the case of the Oneida Community, these are important questions, because this experiment in Bible Communism was certainly not a mainstream institution in any sense of the word.
In fact, it was "counter-cultural" before the word was invented! Under the leadership of a charismatic, self-assured leader, John Humphrey Noyes , members of the Oneida Community built an institution of more than three hundred people, and practiced social relations that were unusual and not particularly approved-of by nineteenth century Americans.
These practices included: 1 complete communism of work and income; 2 a eugenic experiment in human reproduction "stirpiculture" during which 58 children were born in the last decade of the OC's existence; 3 communal childbearing by adults other than biological parents; 4 a unique system of birth control called "male continence" coitus reservatus ; 5 plural marriage, a system wherein all adults age 14 and above theoretically became heterosexual partners; and 6 a patriarchal ideology called the "ascending fellowship" in which males the spiritual superiors "fertilized" females the spiritual inferiors during sexual intercourse.
When the Oneida Community disbanded in and re-formed into a joint-stock company, many descendants had to go out into the "outside world", having no experience with money or conventional employment.
Further they were branded as libertines and, in the case of the children, bastards, by many of their immediate neighbors.
Like many intentional communities, and despite concentrated attempts at communal socialization, the Oneida Community had difficulty keeping its children and grandchildren in the fold.
The problems of passing on one's commitments to the next generation and of counting on them to continue one's legacy are common to many communities.
Some OC descendants turned their back on the religious and social inheritance given to them by their elders.
In other words, they spurned the legacy. Other descendants sanitized it. The corporation Oneida Community, Ltd. Although some former communards moved away and severed all connections, a number of descendants stayed nearby; some roomed in the Mansion House.
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