Secular Critics of Capitalism: Ward, George, and Bellamy

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Not all of the leading critics of late 19th century capitalism were clergymen. Academics, journalists and political parties also joined the debate over how American society might be refashioned to enable more of its citizens to prosper. The following attracted national constituencies:

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