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Author Norman, Edward R.

Title The Victorian Christian Socialists / Edward Norman
Published Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987

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Description 201 pages ; 24 cm
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Introduction -- 2. F. D. Maurice -- 3. Charles Kingsley -- 4. J. M. Ludlow -- 5. Thomas Hughes -- 6. stewart Headlam -- 7. John Ruskin -- 8. Hugh Price Hughes -- 9. Brooke Foss Westcott -- 10. The Contribution -- Bibliographical notes -- Index
Summary Victorian Christian Socialism began as a protest against industrial evils by a group of Anglicans in 1848 - the year of the great Chartist demonstration. In F.D. Maurice it had a prophet and a thinker whose ideas inspired subsequent Christians, so that the ideals of the original Christian Socialists began to spread to other Churches. The result was a series of critiques of the England of their day, rather than a systematic 'movement', and is best analysed, as it is in this book, through an examination of the leading figures, who in addition to Maurice include Charles Kingsley, Thomas Hughes and John Ruskin. The present study is not a collection of biographical studies, however, but a history of Christian Socialism constructed around the most influential of its advocates. They are shown to have been ethical and educational reformers rather than politicians, but in their ability to stand outside the common assumptions and prejudices of their day they achieved social criticism of lasting value
Analysis Great Britain Christian Socialist Movement to 1910
Great Britain Christian Socialist Movement, to 1910
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 186-191
Subject Christian socialism -- Great Britain -- History.
Socialism -- Great Britain -- History.
Socialists -- Great Britain -- Biography.
LC no. 86021550
ISBN 0521325153