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[New York Ethical Movement, Humanism, Socialism]
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TWENTY YEARS OF THE ETHICAL MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK AND OTHER CITIES. Philadelphia: Weston, 1896. 7.5" x 5.25". [4], 72 pp. Publisher's red cloth with title stamped in gilt to front cover, showing a bit of toning to spine but very minimal wear. Contents excellent, clean and printed on fine laid paper. An excellent example. *************************** VERY SCARCE COLLECTION OF THESE ADDRESSES BY Alfred Wolff, William Salter, M. Mangasarian, and Felix Alder. The Ethical Movement's focus was to promote social welfare. The movement originated in New York City under Felix Adler in 1876. Adler believed that ethical culture could exist independent from the Judeo-Christian traditions.
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TWENTY YEARS OF THE ETHICAL MOVEMENT IN NEW YORK AND OTHER CITIES. Philadelphia: Weston, 1896. 7.5" x 5.25". [4], 72 pp. Publisher's red cloth with title stamped in gilt to front cover, showing a bit of toning to spine but very minimal wear. Contents excellent, clean and printed on fine laid paper. An excellent example. *************************** VERY SCARCE COLLECTION OF THESE ADDRESSES BY Alfred Wolff, William Salter, M. Mangasarian, and Felix Alder. The Ethical Movement's focus was to promote social welfare. The movement originated in New York City under Felix Adler in 1876. Adler believed that ethical culture could exist independent from the Judeo-Christian traditions.

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