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Secularity of the Victorian working class
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Alan Gilbert Anglican Anglican clergy areas argued Barrow and Lancaster Bartlett Birmingham Bradford Britain Callum Brown Catholic censuses Chadwick Charles Booth Chartist Christian church attendance church or chapel church-goers church-going churches and chapels Clive Field decline denominations Diocese of Oxford discussion drinking E.R. Wickham early twentieth Elizabeth Roberts English ethnic families George Lansbury Gilbert HEADSTART HISTORY Hippolyte Taine historians Hugh McLeod Immigrants important industrial districts industrialisation ing-class instance interpretation interviews Irish irreligion Joyce K.S. Inglis Labour Lancashire late Victorian Liberal major Manchester membership middle-class Midlands mother nineteenth century non-church-going fathers Nonconformist Nonconformity Obelkevich op.cit oral history Oxford Party pews Ph.D politics poor popular Primitive Methodists Ragged Trousered Philanthropists Raphael Samuel religious organisations role rural Salvation Army secular secularists social socialist Society strongly religious suggested Sunday School teenth century thesis Thompson and Vigne tion towns University Urban Victorian England Victorian working-class religion voting working-class women workmates