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Gladstone, Religion, Politics and America: Perceptions in the Press, 1868 – 1900

@inproceedings{Peterson2013GladstoneRP,
  title={Gladstone, Religion, Politics and America: Perceptions in the Press, 1868 – 1900},
  author={Stephen J. Peterson},
  year={2013}
}
This thesis examines American perceptions of William Ewart Gladstone in the religious and secular press from 1868 to 1900. The scope of the study encompasses his role as a Christian apologist and his engagement in public affairs where religion and politics converged. The opinions of Americans are examined in the general categories of evangelicals, Roman Catholics, secular news organs and to a lesser extent Unitarians and agnostics. Gladstone’s reputation in the United States is followed through… Expand

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