Written by one of his contemporaries, this biography of G. K. Chesterton gives new insight into the politics of one of the early 20th-century's most all-encompassing authors. Championing a worldview that focused on the need for justice and social equality, Chesterton sought to make society respectable and balanced through his countless political, economic, and religious writings.
Harold Robbins was head of the Birmingham branch of the Distributist League and editor of its journal, "The Cross and the Plough." Dr. Denis J. Conlon is a professor at the University of Antwerp in Belgium and the editor of G. K. Chesterton's Collected Works, Sans Everything, and The Song of Dermot and Earl Richard Fitzgilbert. Aidan Mackey is an expert on G. K. Chesteron and the author of Mr. Chesterton Comes to Tea.
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