The atheist politician and his anti-war daughter: the Bradlaughs, 1833-1948

Volumes

5 volumes in The atheist politician and his anti-war daughter: the Bradlaughs, 1833-1948

Core Themes

The majority of these themes are focussed upon either Bradlaugh's Parliamentary work or his personal life. The records with regard to his Parliamentary work include official papers upon the introduction of a secular oath for MPs to take when being sworn into Parliament; official records relating to the introduction of...

  • Contributor:  National Secular Society
  • Reference:  72979-A
  • Keyword:  history politics victorian labour movement workers unions

Articles by and about Bradlaugh and Bonner

Organised first by quantity, then by geography and subject matter; this press coverage of Bradlaugh, Bonner and their work extends far beyond Bradlaugh's articles in the National Reformer. Excerpts from The Times and the Wigan Examiner are included alongside the Madras Standard, Chicago Tribune, and Liverpool Pulpit. The variety of...

  • Contributor:  National Secular Society
  • Reference:  72979-B
  • Keyword:  history politics victorian labour movement workers unions

General Correspondence and Papers

These items cover four different periods with regard to Bradlaugh: from birth until he left the army, Bradlaugh's political career prior to Parliament, his parliamentary career, and from his deathbed to securing his legacy. The first period, running from 1833 until 1859 includes his birth certificate and papers prior to...

  • Contributor:  National Secular Society
  • Reference:  72979-C
  • Keyword:  history politics victorian labour movement workers unions

Miscellaneous Research and Other Papers Arranged by Year

In order to campaign as actively as he did, Bradlaugh had to research the subjects he was to campaign on. The research papers retained and published here cover issues with a clear correlation to Bradlaugh's Parliamentary work. With regard to workers' rights and health he collected several papers on the...

  • Contributor:  National Secular Society
  • Reference:  72979-D
  • Keyword:  history politics victorian labour movement workers unions
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