Orthodoxy at a Hundred

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Ralph C Wood
First Things; Nov 2008; 187; Docstoc
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Description: Born in 1874 to Anglican parents who were functional Unitarians, Chesterton soon saw that their acculturated kind of Christianity would not suffice as an answer to the ills of the modern world. In a torrent of essays published in the Illustrated London News and many other newspapers - they would eventually number more than fourteen hundred- Chesterton thundered against all manner of evil, mainly the malathes that afflicted the poor the wage slavery that wedded workers to their jobs, the prohibitionism that robbed the destitute of convivial relief from drudgery, the nanny state the wanted to manage even the cleanliness of the needy, the eugenics programs that would keep the mentally deficient from marrying.
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