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February 10 in freethought history…

February 10, 1843 - Publisher and social reformer Richard Carlile dies in London, aged 52. He crusaded for universal suffrage, for equal rights for men and women, and against child labor. A Deist-turned-atheist, he published and distributed the works of Thomas … Continue reading

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December 8 in freethought history…

December 8, 1790 – Publisher and social reformer Richard Carlile is born in Ashburton, Devon, England. He crusaded for universal suffrage, for equal rights for men and women, and against child labor. A Deist-turned-atheist, he published and distributed the works of Thomas … Continue reading

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