Written by one of the great late 19th-century/early-20th-century spiritual and social writers of England, this is a collection of essays addressing the problems of the Industrial Revolution with Christian philosophy and social thought. Among the topics included are industrialism and the rise of unemployment; the evil of the wage system; the importance of land ownership and the restoration of craft production; the necessary connection between real work and spiritual salvation. It is intended for anyone studying social and economic thought as well as Catholic and Christian studies.
Fr. Vincent McNabb (1868-1943), Dominican theologian and social critic of 19th- and 20th-century England, is the author of numerous classics of spirituality and history, including "Nazareth or Social Chaos," "The Catholic Church and Philosophy," " Church and Reunion," "Craft of Prayer," "Faith and Prayer," "Geoffrey Chaucer," and many other works.
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