William Winterbotham's Trumpet of Sedition: Religious dissent and political radicalism in the 1790s
Durey, M. (1995) William Winterbotham's Trumpet of Sedition: Religious dissent and political radicalism in the 1790s. Journal of Religious History, 19 (2). pp. 141-157.
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In this controversial but important book on acien regime England, Jonathan Clark argues that 'all forms of radicalism in early modern England had a religious origin'. In particular, he emphasizes the role played in the late eighteenth-century upsurge of radicalism by 'subversives' adhering to various forms of religious heterodoxy: arianism, socinianism, unitarianism and deism....
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