"In this lucid study, Stuart Andrews looks not only at the famous Priestley but at the nation-wide network to which he belonged. He guides us expertly through the Unitarian literature of protest, emphasizing the long-standing religious convictions and grievances which fed a political rhetoric which Burke and others dismissed as 'Jacobinical'." -- John Walsh, Jesus College, Oxford.
About the Author
Stuart Andrews is the author of five books including The British Periodical Press and The French Revolution.