A selection of the political pamphlets of Charles Bradlaugh.

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StatementWith a pref. & bibliographical notes by John Saville.
SeriesRare social & political pamphlet series
ContributionsSaville, John, ed.
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LC ClassificationsDA565.B7 A25 1970
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30 January ) was a political activist and one of the most famous English atheists of the 19th century. Charles Bradlaugh (/ ˈ b r æ d l ɔː /; 26 September – 30 January ) was an English political activist and founded the National Secular Society in InBradlaugh was elected as the Liberal MP for attempt to affirm as an atheist ultimately led to his temporary imprisonment, fines for voting in the Commons illegally, and a number of by-elections Born: 26 SeptemberHoxton, England, UK.

A Selection of the Political Pamphlets of Charles Bradlaugh by Charles Bradlaugh avg rating — 0 ratings — published Charles Bradlaugh, (born SeptemLondon, England—died JanuLondon), British radical and atheist, a freethinker in the tradition of Voltaire and Thomas Paine, prominent throughout most of the second half of the 19th century for his championship of individual liberties.

Son of a poor legal clerk, Bradlaugh served in the British army (–53), followed his father. A passionate non-believer, Bradlaugh loved to debate the merits of the Bible with fervent, often well-known, believers. He was a courageous and stirring orator and crowds flocked to hear his verbal duels/5.

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Google Books (Full view). “We object that the organization of all industry under State control must paralyze industrial energy and discourage and neutralize individual effort,” wrote Bradlaugh in (A Selection of the Political Pamphlets of Charles Bradlaugh, ).

Lecky agreed with him, and wrote in The Bradlaugh case; a study in late Victorian opinion and politics by Walter L Arnstein (Book); Freethinkers of the nineteenth century by Janet E Courtney (Book) "A dirty filthy book": the writings of Charles Knowlton and Annie Besant on reproductive physiology and birth control and an account of the Bradlaugh-Besant trial: with the definitive texts of Fruits of philosophy, by Charles.

Charles Bradlaugh >The English freethinker and political agitator Charles Bradlaugh () >successfully struggled to secure the right of nonbelievers to take seats in >the House of Commons [1]. The son of a poor clerk, Charles Bradlaugh was born in London on Sept.

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Activists Charles Bradlaugh and Annie Besant established the Malthusian League after they were arrested and exonerated for publishing a pamphlet describing techniques to prevent rs based the league on the principles of Thomas Malthus, a British nineteenth. Page - If any person called to give evidence in any court of justice, whether in a civil or criminal proceeding, shall object to take an oath, or shall be objected to as incompetent to take an oath, such person shall, if the presiding judge is satisfied that the taking of an oath would have no binding effect on his conscience, make the following promise and declaration: ' I solemnly 5/5(1).

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Full text of "Charles Bradlaugh". Bradlaugh, Charles, Title: Theological Essays Contents: Heresy, its morality and utility -- Humanity's gain from unbelief -- Supernatural and rational morality -- Has man a soul. -- Is there a God. -- A plea for atheism -- A few words about the Devil -.

Annie Besant (née Wood; 1 October – 20 September ) was a British socialist, theosophist, women's rights activist, writer, orator, educationist, and ed as a champion of human freedom, she was an ardent supporter of both Irish and Indian was a prolific author with over three hundred books and pamphlets to her credit.

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A passionate non-believer, Bradlaugh loved to debate the merits of the Bible with fervent, often well-known, believers. He was a courageous and stirring orator and crowds flocked to hear his verbal duels. Some of the public debates were so lengthy they were conducted over several consecutive evenings.

Others became heated, and sometimes the authorities tried [ ]. Chandrasekhar, S. A Dirty, Filthy Book: The Writings of Charles Knowlton and Annie Besant on Reproductive Physiology and Birth Control and an Acount of the Bradlaugh-Besant Trial (University of California Press, ).

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Political essays by Bradlaugh, Charles, Publication date Publisher London: Freethought Pub. Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Language English. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number SRLF:LAGE Camera 5D. Charles Bradlaugh (26 September – 30 January ) was a political activist and one of the most famous English atheists of the 19th century.

Attributed []. The Bible God I deny; the Christian God I disbelieve in; but I am not rash enough to say there is no God as long as you tell me you are unprepared to define God to me. 5 MohandasGandhi.[23][24][25] HeisburiedinBrookwood Cemetery.[26] PhotooftheCharlesBradlaughStatueinNorthampton,Abington Squarewithalargecrowd.

In,Bradlaugh. A Selection of the Social and Political Pamphlets of Annie Besant. See Posthumous Publications ().] Socialism: For and Against. With Charles Bradlaugh. From Our Corner (March-April, June ). [Collected in John Saville.

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A Selection of the Social and Political Pamphlets of Annie Besant. See Posthumous Publications ().]. Charles Bradlaugh Member of Parliament for Northampton - Bradlaugh, Charles (), classical Liberal politician, freethinker, atheist, republican was born on 26 September at home at 31 Bacchus Walk, Hoxton, London, the eldest of seven children born to Charles Bradlaugh, a solicitor's clerk, and his wife Elizabeth Trimby a former nursemaid.

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