Catherine L. Albanese, "America: Religions and Religion" (Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1992) 2nd ed. This book is primarily an overview of all major religious movements in American history, there is an insightful section on uto pian communities which highlights the Shakers, Oneidans and Mormons.
John Beardsley, "A Mickey Mouse Utopia" (Places - A Forum of Environmental Design, January-February 1997, v11, n1)
Michael Fellman, "The Unbounded Frame" (Westport: Greenwood Press, Inc., 1973) Cronicles several utopian movements in American history, including a chapter on John Humphrey Noyes and the Oneida Perfectionists.
Mark Holloway, "Heavens on Earth: Utopian Communities in America 1660-1880" (New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1966) Details the utopian movements in American history, including chapters on the Shakers, Oneida Perfectionists and New Ha rmony, and includes an excellent introduction.
R. Kroloff, J. Mumey and S. Mumey, "Disney Builds a Town" (Architecture, August 1997, v86, n8)
Donald E. Pitzer, ed. "America's Communal Utopias" (Chapel Hill: The Univeristy of North Carolina Press, 1997) This book provides an excellent collection of essays on a wide range of American utopian communities, all of which include sus tantial bibliographies.
Michael Pollan, "Sticks and Stones: Mickey for Mayor? Disney's New Town May be so Perfect it's a Nightmare" (House and Garden, October 1996)
Andrew Ross, "The Mickey House Club" (Art Forum, February 1997, v35, n6)
John Rothchild, "A Mouse in the House - Disney Wants to Sell Americans the Ultimate Fantasy: A Utopian Town" (Time, December 4, 1995, v146, n23)
Tom Vanderbilt, "Mickey Goes to Town(s)" (The Nation: August 28, 1995, v261, n6)
"It's a Small Town, After All" (The Economist, November 25, 1995, v337, n7942)