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Andrews is compared to Walt Whitman as one of the "pioneers" of New York's Bohemia.
Greeley and Andrews engaged in brutal public debate through the letters column of the Tribune. Greeley strongly disagreed with Andrews' anarchistic/Utopian ideals.
Clapp was a member of Andrews' Free Love League.
Horace Greeley hired Andrews to cover senatorial news for the New York Tribune.
Albert Brisbane, the leading American Fourierist, is mentioned as one of Andrews' close friends.
Clapp also joined Stephen Pearl Andrews' free-love league after returning from Paris.
Stedman lived in one of Andrews' Utopia projects which was called a "Unitary Home" or the "Brownstone Utopia."
The Vault at Pfaff's
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