This 2004 book is an exploration of the volunteer networks for moral reforms of late Georgian and Victorian England.
Table of Contents
Introduction; 1. Moral reform in the 1780s: the making of an agenda; 2. 'The best means of national safety': Moral reform in wartime, 1795–1815; 3. Taming the masses, 1815–34; 4. From social control to self-control, 1834–57; 5. Moral individualism: the renewal and reappraisal of an ideal, 1857–80; 6. The late Victorian crisis of moral reform: the 1880s and after.
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