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Morley, John


Recollections (in 2 volumes)




Macmillan Company




New York






1st edition






Quoted from McCabe's "Bigraphical Dictionary of Modern Rationalists."

"His [Morley] chief literary work is his Life of Gladstone (3 vols ., 1903), but one finds a final and decisive expression of his Agnosticism in his Recollections (1917). Whatever may be the verdict of technical politicians on Lord Morley's work, his assertion of the humanitarian conscience throughout his public career — an idealism that at one time elicited the name of "honest John Morley" — and his splendid services to the cause of enlightenment place him among the great Englishmen of his time. In 1919 he became an Honorary Associate
of the Rationalist Press Association."

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