Reformers

Some articles on reformers:

Life In Great Britain During The Industrial Revolution - Reformers
... Michael Sadler was one of the pioneers in addressing the living and working conditions of the industrial workers ... In 1832, he led a parliamentary investigation of the conditions of the textile workers ...
Abdellah Derkaoui - Reactions in Iran - Reformers
... Several reformers criticized the cartoon competition and also the president's statements about the Holocaust ...
The Roots Of Evil - Contents
... II The Beginnings of Reform 1750 - 1945 The Law Reformers The Police Reformers The Prison Reformers Part III Criminal Man L'Uomo Delinquente Causes and Cures The ...
James Lesslie (publisher) - Reform Activity - City Alderman
... In 1833, several prominent reformers petitioned the House to have the town incorporated (Upper Canada's first), which would also have made the position of magistrate elective ... The Reformers' goal was a democratically accountable municipal government ... of creating a legitimate electoral system which might, nonetheless, minimize the chances of Reformers being elected ...
Social Reformers Of India
... India has a rich history of social reformers who have helped establish the foundations of modern India, and, in some cases, have affected a world wide ... it is almost impossible to put together an exhaustive list of social reformers who have lived through the ages ...

Famous quotes containing the word reformers:

    ... every woman’s organization recognizes that reformers are far more common than feminists, that the passion to look after your fellow man, and especially woman, to do good to her in your way is far more common than the desire to put into every one’s hand the power to look after themselves.
    Crystal Eastman (1881–1928)

    Christ is the prince of Reformers and Radicals.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Of all reformers Mr. Sentiment is the most powerful. It is incredible the number of evil practices he has put down: it is to be feared he will soon lack subjects, and that when he has made the working classes comfortable, and got bitter beer into proper-sized pint bottles, there will be nothing left for him to do.
    Anthony Trollope (1815–1882)