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Robert Dale Owen was a prominent advocate for social reform and women's rights in the 19th century. Born on November 7, 1801, in Glasgow, Scotland, Owen later immigrated to the United States. He passionately fought against slavery, working tirelessly to abolish this inhumane institution. Owen was a key figure in the founding of the utopian community of New Harmony, Indiana. His acclaimed book, "Moral Physiology," focused on advocating for education and women's suffrage. Robert Dale Owen's legacy continues to inspire social justice movements today. Discover more about this influential figure in American history!

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