Arthur Joseph Penty (17 March 1875–1937) was a British architect and writer on Guild socialism and distributism. He was first a Fabian socialist, and follower of Victorian thinkers William Morris and John Ruskin. He is generally credited with the formulation of a Christian socialist form of the medieval guild, as an alternative basis for economic life.
George Julian Harney (17 February 1817 — 9 December 1897) was a British political activist, journalist, and Chartist leader. He was also associated with Marxism, socialism, and universal suffrage.
Edward Bibbins Aveling (29 November 1849 – 2 August 1898) was a prominent English biology instructor and popular spokesman for Darwinian evolution, atheism, and socialism.
Charles Rowley (1839–1933) was a British socialist and councillor of Ancoats, Manchester.
Lionel Erskine Nimmo Britton (4 November 1887 – 9 January 1971) was a British working-class author.
Christopher Agamemnon Pallis (2 December 1923, Bombay – 10 March 2005, London) was an Anglo-Greek neurologist and socialist intellectual. Under the pen-names Martin Grainger and Maurice Brinton, he wrote and translated for the British libertarian socialist group Solidarity from 1960 until the early 1980s. As a neurologist, he produced the accepted criteria for brainstem death, and wrote the entry on death for Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Joshua Hobson (1810–1876) was a British Chartist and socialist who was the first publisher of the Book of Murder, a pamphlet attacking the 1834 Poor Law Amendment Act. In 1838-1844 he was the publisher of the Chartist newspaper Northern Star.
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