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The history of co-operation in England: its literature and its advocates.
George Jacob Holyoake
Reprint of the 1875-79 ed.
|LC Classifications||HD3486 .H72 1971|
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Item #H 11 pages, pages; 10 pages, pages. Volume 1 1st edition and volume 2 3rd edition. George Jacob Holyoake (13 April – 22 January ) was an English secularist, co-operator, and newspaper coined the term "secularism" in and "jingoism" in He edited a secularist paper, the Reasoner, from to Juneand a co-operative paper, The English Leader, from to Born: George Jacob Holyoake, 13 April.
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