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George Jacob Holyoake (1817–1906)

Holyoake, George Jacob. An English social and religious reformer, journalist, and author; born at Birmingham, April 13, 1817; died on Jan. 22, 1906. He is chiefly known for his advocacy of secularism. His works include: ‘Secularism’ (1854); ‘Life of Robert Owen’ (1859); ‘The Limits of Atheism’ (1861); ‘History of Co-operation’ (1875–79); ‘Among the Americans’ (1881); ‘A Hundred Days in New Mexico and Canada.’