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Four Unpublished letters to Charles Bradlaugh.
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Bradlaugh returned to London in and took a post as a solicitor's clerk. By this time he was a convinced freethinker and in his free time he became a pamphleteer and writer about "secularist" ideas, adopting the pseudonym "Iconoclast" to protect his employer's gradually attained prominence in a number of liberal or radical political groups or societies, including the Reform Political party: Liberal.
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Charles Bradlaugh may have been a little known figure up until now. But in addition to persuading the Manchester Art Gallery to display the Sickert painting, the NSS recently commissioned a bust of Bradlaugh, and this is now on permanent display in parliament.
Four Unpublished letters to Charles Bradlaugh. book So perhaps at last Bradlaugh’s name will take its rightful place in history, among. 5 MohandasGandhi. HeisburiedinBrookwood Cemetery. PhotooftheCharlesBradlaughStatueinNorthampton,Abington Squarewithalargecrowd.
In,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 -.
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