Our search for Utopia comes to an end at Christiania, an Anarchist haven in the heart of Copenhagen. In 2012 this Utopia went legit, the squatters become property owners. But now they must figure out how to preserve their alternative community, preserve the historical buildings they are now responsible for, and preserve their future. Plus your host loses his Utopian tinted glasses during a musical theater performance of one of his favorite dystopian novels (Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower).

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2 comments on Utopia (part v)

  1. Alan says:

    I know this series on utopias is over, but I wonder if you looked into the Bahá’í Faith in your research. It’s not usually billed as being utopian, but it is a religion that is working to practically build from the grassroots, a peaceful world society. It might be worth an episode if you decide to come back to the topic.

  2. Ratri Galuh says:

    Success for Utopia

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