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Francis Bacon (b. 1561) wrote the utopian novel NEW ATLANTIS sometime between 1610 and the early 1620's, but it was first published after his death in 1626. Bacon used the model of his fictional island of Bensalem as a sounding board for his ideas on politics, science, society and religion. In this utopia, science was paramount to the advancement of the society as a whole. Inventions and inventors were lauded by the people, and encouraged by the government. He described the democratic nature of his mythic kingdom, which many felt inspired his interest in the Virginia Company and other settlement of the New World. Some of those ideas took root in America.
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