Charles Bradlaugh

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Charles Bradlaugh

Charles Bradlaugh (26 September 1833 – 30 January 1891) was a political activist and a prominent English agnostic of the 19th century.[1][2] Bradlaugh founded the National Secular Society in 1866.


  1. Discussion on Atheism: Report of a Public Discussion Between the Rev. Brewin Grant, B.A., and C. Bradlaugh, Esq., Held in South Place Chapel, Finsbury, London, on Tuesday Evenings, Commencing June 22, and Ending July 27, 1875, on the Question, "Is Atheism Or is Christianity the True Secular Gospel, as Tending to the Improvement and Happiness of Mankind in this Life by Human Efforts and Material Means.". Brewin Grant Charles Bradlaugh, January 1, 1890, Anti-liberation Society, page 10-12[1]
  2. "Atheism - etymology"