The Labour History Review
This book’s strength is its detailed treatment of the intellectual, individual, and organisational responses by Nonconformity to the 'social question' in Wales.
Alan Argent | Congregational History Circle
This is a book which will command respect and attention from all working in the field.
Professor John Kent | The Expository Times
This work is original, well-informed, and a valuable addition to our knowledge of modern Wales.
David Bebbington | Journal of the United Reformed Church History Society
This book is to be applauded for its synthesis of familiar general history with the interior life of the Nonconformist community.
Ian Machin | Welsh History Review
A fascinating depiction of a unique if tense and ambiguous relationship.
Preface to the Second Edition
List of Abbreviations
1. Setting the Scene
2. The Nonconformist Response to Socialism, 1906-1914
3. Labour, Socialism and Nonconformity
4. The Turning-Point 1910-1911: Nonconformity’s Social Conscience
5. Building Jerusalem: Nonconformity and Post-War Reconstruction
6. Losing the Battle
Sources and bibliography
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