Titre : THE MODERN MAN AND HIS FELLOW MAN, BEING THE...
Éditeur : George W. Jacobs, Philadelphia
Date d'édition : 1903
Reliure : Hard Cover
Etat du livre : Very Good+ binding
Edition : First Editoin.
Lectures by Bishop Potter, one of the great social activist bishops of the Episcopal Church. He famously attacked the Tammany mayor of New York City (Robert A. Van Wyck) accusing him of protecting vice, and helped elect a reform mayer, Seth Low. Before being elected bishop, and after, he worked in summer missions on New York's lower East Side, and tried to improved the state of New York's saloons, calling them the "poor man's club". These lectures address issues that were of great importance to Potter, some of the titles being "The Working Man", "The Capitalist" and "The Consumer". Very Good+ binding. N° de réf. du libraire 237956
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