Looking back, it was only settling the wage-earning in tyrannical countries with peasants often still serfs.
It added violence and political religiosity and idolatry.
Labor market and wage-earning were born in Europe in the fourteenth century.
Kibbutz then urban kibbutz were born in Israel.
This is not a coincidence because Judaism is based on the sense of community (see section: Kibbutz).
During the nineteenth century many attempts of closed communities happened in Europe and in the USA without ever lasting, unlike the kibbutz movement.