Here are a few sites that may give you more information:
Bismarck and the Unification of Germany By an overwhelming majority the proposed army reforms were rejected and a class struggle ensued. On the verge of abdication William turned to Bismarck for ...
Otto von Bismarck - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Otto Eduard Leopold, Prince of Bismarck, Duke of Lauenburg, ..... He enacted a variety of paternalistic social reforms, which can be considered the first ...
BBC - History ...Austria refused and neither its or Bismarck's reforms happened. Bismarck had successfully ruined Austria's plans and was seen, ironically, as a defender of ...
Germany Needs a Vision For Eurasian Development. by Helga Zepp ...Because of Bismarck's industrial and social reforms, Germany achieved an outstanding living standard. It could afford an excellent health system, ...
Robert Owen :: Leadership of the trade union movement ...Robert Owen, Leadership of the trade union movement: In his Report to the County of Lanark (a body of landowners) in 1820, Owen declared that reform was not ...
Robert Owen - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaIt is alleged by the British Spiritualists' National Union that the Seven Principles of spiritualism were dictated by Robert Owen to the medium Emma ...
I think you should add that Bismarck was a loyal Prussian and as such made Prussia a strong part of the unified Germany.
I'm not sure which time period you want for # 2. These sites have information about reforms in the 19th century.
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1. Go to http://www.google.com and enter various search terms. To get the results above, I entered bismarck reforms and "robert owen" unions (including the quotation marks. Try different search terms for more results.
2. Search also in Google Scholar: http://scholar.google.com/schhp?tab=ws&hl=en
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