INDICATIONS OF HISTORY
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The encounter between Léon Walras and the Saint-Simonian sectarians of the late 1850s was short-lived but provided a second anchorhold for Walras’s theory. The Saint-Simonian movement had lived through several scissions in the 1830s and 1840s, and in the 1850s regrouped to unite the Saint-Simonian family.1 In the late 1850s several adherents of the Saint-Simonian leader Enfantin tried to recruit young people to renew the movement.