William Wilberforce: Selected full-text books and articles
Church and People, 1789-1889: A History of the Church of England from William Wilberforce to "Lux Mundi" S. P. C. K., 1933
Librarian’s tip: Chap. X "Diocese and Parish"
FREE! A Practical View of the Prevailing Religious System of Professed Christians, in the Higher and Middle Classes, Contrasted with Real Christianity American Tract Society, 1830PRIMARY SOURCE
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Domestic Biography: The Legacy of Evangelicalism in Four Nineteenth-Century Families Oxford University, 1997
Librarian’s tip: Chap. 4 "Filial Piety: The Wilberforce Lives"
Britain's Forgotten Hero: How Has It Happened That the Man Who Did More Than Any Other to Bring about the Abolition of Slavery Is Today without Honour in His Own Country? New Statesman (1996), Vol. 135, No. 4815, October 23, 2006
Resurrecting a Great Reformer: Statesman William Wilberforce, Who Led Efforts to Halt the Slave Trade in the British Empire, Now Stands as the Perfect Example of What Faith-Based Politics Can Achieve. (the World: William Wilberforce) Insight on the News, Vol. 19, No. 2, January 7, 2003
Abolitionist Icon; Wilberforce Was Inspiration for Britain's Move to End slavery.(NATION)(CULTURE, ET CETERA) The Washington Times (Washington, DC), December 11, 2002
As Tony Blair Expresses His 'Deep Sorrow'over the Slave Trade, Why Didn't He Mention the Courageous British Man Who Brought It to an End? Daily Mail (London), November 28, 2006
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