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Charles Bradlaugh

(1833—1891) politician and freethinker


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(1833–91)

British social reformer. A republican and keen supporter of reform movements, he was tried, with Annie Besant, in 1877–78 for printing a pamphlet on birth control. The charge failed and contraceptives could thereafter be openly advertised.

Subjects: Arts and Humanities.


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