Josephine Butler: A Guide to Her Life, Faith and Social Action
By: Rod Garner (author)Paperback
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Forgotten saint? Proto-feminist? Josephine Butller's story is one of incredible passion and tenacity and deserves to be better known. She had a deep concern for the marginalized of Victorian society, she reached out to the poor and destitute, campaigned and worked tirelessly to bring about the repeal of the Contagious Diseases Act; spoke out on subjects that shocked her contemporaries and remained strong and determined against all kinds of injustice . This is a lively and well-drawn portrait which also delves into her personality and reveals the deep faith that sustained her in her work.
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