A. G. Gardiner a.k.a. Alfred George Gardiner was a British journalist and author. His essays, written under the pen-name Alpha of the Plough, are highly regarded. He was also Chairman of the National Anti-Sweating League, a pressure group which campaigned for a minimum wage in industry.
- born in (149 years ago) in Chelmsford
- profession: Journalist
- died in (68 years ago)
- written works: "Prophets, priests, & kings", "Pebbles on the Shore", "Alpha of the plough", "John Benn and the progressive movement", "The life of Sir William Harcourt", "The war lords", "Portraits and portents", "Mr. Hilaire Belloc", "The Anglo-American future", "Life of George Cadbury"
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The Home Front Encyclopedia (2007)
United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II by James Ciment, Thaddeus Russell
Fleet Street Radical: A. G. Gardiner and the Daily News. London: Allen Lane, 1973. Koss, Stephen. The Rise and Fall of the Political Press in Britain, ...
The World Almanac and Encyclopedia (1908)
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