The Social Views of Dwight L. Moody and Their Relation to the Workingman of 1860-1900

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Chartier, Myron Raymond
Fort Hays Kansas State College
History; Dwight L. Moody; Workingman; Religion; Labor; Arts and Humanities
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This evaluation is complicated for two basic reasons. The amount of subjectivity that enters into one's assessment always plagues any attempt on the part of the historian to be objective; however, it seems that religious phenomenon is even more difficult to evaluate honestly. This writer believes that he has no "axes to grind" in regard to Moody and the workingman. The record of history has been the primary interest.