First published in 1973, this work demonstrates how the English churchmen of the nineteenth century moved from a firmly entrenched position in the old social hierarchy to a less definable and insecure position under the rule of the collectivist State run by a professional workforce.
Dr Kitson Clark explores the many questions po
Table of Contents
Preface; Introduction; Phase I: The Old Regime to 1832; 1. The Old Order of Society 2. Church and State before 1832; Phase II: Mid-Century 1832-65; 3. Church, State and Society after 1832 4. The Mid Nineteenth-Century Parson: The Education of the People 5. The Mid Nineteenth-Century Parson: The Governmental Order 6. The Mid Nineteenth-Century Parson: The Social Order (1) 7. The Mid Nineteenth-Century Parson: The Social Order (2); Phase III: Democracy and Collectivism 1865-85; 8. Parliamentary Reform, Social Change and Collectivism 9. The Problems of the Countryside 10. The Problems of the Town 11. The Dismal Society and its Enemies 12. The New Leviathan; Index
G. Kitson Clark