volume 42, issue 249, P179-180 1941
DOI: 10.1177/0040571x4104224913
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Abstract: more qualified thinker than themselves-and one known, by his circumstances and traditions, to be fitted to take a lead in the social life of the countryside. I am not using the word" social" in its snobbish, but in its real, sense; and nobody who was brought up in a country vicarage as I was during the most impressionable years of his boyhood, could doubt for a moment that the Church of England possesses moral and spiritual opportunities here that would be almost entirely lost if the majority of the local inh…

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