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E. Belfort Bax. Source: Wikipedia Commons
E. (Ernest) Belfort Bax was the author of Rise and Fall of the Anabaptists (London, 1903), a general description, socialistically tinged. Its last chapter is important for its mention of continuations of the movement in Revolution.

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Troeltsch, Ernst. The Social Teachings of the Christian Churches and Groups. New York, 1931.


Date Published 1953


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