Review of Reviews, 2 (1890), 651–56.
The Book of the Year—In Darkest England. For the Way Out—£70,000, and More to Follow
Religion, Scientific Naturalism, Controversy, Socialism
In an account of the remarkable success of In Darkest England, and the Way Out, which is currently being 'discussed everywhere' (652), the author notes that 'Professor Huxley objects to the rise of a new religious order', although the 'chief objections come from the militant Socialists, who seem to regard the General as poaching in their domain' (651).
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