George Jacob Holyoake

George Jacob Holyoake
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George Jacob Holyoake, 1817-1906, the social reformer and founder of secularism. He was the last person in England to be imprisoned on a charge of atheism. He wrote widely on the Co-operative Movement and edited  The Reasoner.

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