Letter from Henry McCormac to Robert Owen

Scope and Content

In this lengthy manuscript letter McCormac advises Owen to change the method by which he communicates with the public. McCormac believes Owen's views can be conveniently divided into two classes - "views on morals and those on political economy"; believes that the opposition to Owen's views on morals will be "infinitely greater" than to those concerning political economy as "the minds of many who are prepared to comprehend the last, cannot do so the first".

Note

Stamped number: 521