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The author of the book: William Cobbett
Language: English
ISBN: 1144991897
ISBN 13: 9781144991898
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Edition: Nabu Press
Date of issue: February 22nd 2010

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Ebook Thirteen Sermons: On I. Hypocrisy and Cruelty--II. Drunkenness--III. Bribery--IV. the Rights of the Poor--V. Unjust Judges--VI. the Slug read Online! An English pamphleteer, farmer and journalist, who was born in Farnham, Surrey. He believed that reforming Parliament and abolishing the rotten boroughs would help to end the poverty of farm labourers, and he attacked the borough-mongers, sinecurists and "tax-eaters" relentlessly. He was also against the Corn Laws, a tax on imported grain. Early in his career, he was a loyalist supporter of King and Country: but later he joined and successfully publicised the radical movement, which led to the Reform Bill of 1832, and to his winning the parliamentary seat of Oldham. Although he was not a Catholic, he became a fiery advocate of Catholic Emancipation in Britain. Through the seeming contradictions in Cobbett's life, two things stayed constant: an opposition to authority and a suspicion of novelty. He wrote many polemics, on subjects from political reform to religion, but is best known for his book from 1830, Rural Rides, which is still in print today.


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