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What price the poor? : William Booth, Karl Marx, and the London residuum

Author: Ann M Woodall
Publisher: Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2005.
Series: Rethinking classical sociology.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Raises important questions about the relationship between theological discourse and the sociological imagination, and it firmly places the development of theoretical and practical social analysis and  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Named Person: William Booth; Karl Marx; William Booth; Karl Marx; William (Prediger) Booth; Karl Marx; William Booth; Karl Marx
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ann M Woodall
ISBN: 0754642038 9780754642039
OCLC Number: 60560369
Description: xii, 233 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: The pawnbroker's apprentice --
Industrialisation and urbanisation --
Poverty --
Poverty in Nottingham --
Attitudes to poverty --
Malthus --
Jeremy Bentham --
Influential writers about poverty --
Dickens --
Carlyle --
The chartists --
John Wesley --
Chartism and Methodism in Nottingham --
The old woman of Nottingham --
The Reverend William --
The size of the London Residuum --
Public opinion of poverty --
Changes in religious belief --
Natural science --
Biblical criticism --
Moral feeling --
Evangelicalism --
Development of Booth's theology --
Finney and Caughey --
Calvinism --
Women's ministry --
Holiness --
The east end --
Booth's east end base --
"What price the poor? --
Booth's early co-workers --
An organisation of the residuum --
Community of poverty --
The revolutionary philosopher --
Marx's early concept of poverty --
Paris --
London --
Learning from London --
The philosopher as a prophet? --
Marx and religion --
Societal redemption and the individual --
The chronology of redemption --
The making of a general --
Permanent poverty in the east end --
Public knowledge of poverty --
Where was religion? --
Diffusive Christianity and secularism --
Christian socialists --
The Churches and the working classes --
The growth of the Salvation Army --
Failure in the east end? --
The springboard for darkest England --
Work with prostitutes --
At the prison gate --
The 'maiden tribute' case --
The darkest England scheme --
The theology behind 'darkest England' --
Saved from poverty or from sin? --
The making of a general's mind --
Mallock --
Flint --
Salvationism and socialism --
A man with a mind of his own --
The general in command --
Organisational size --
The charity organisation society --
Social Darwinists --
Social Imperialism --
Darkest England scheme results --
Atmosphere of the times --
Fifty years on --
Centrality and dissemination --
Present and future --
The darkest England scheme and Marxist terminology --
The Salvation Army and Marx's criticisms of religion --
Nature and nurture --
Atonement and incarnation --
Marx --
youth and age --
Booth --
youth and age --
What price the poor?
Series Title: Rethinking classical sociology.
Responsibility: Ann M. Woodall.
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