Facts and Incidents of an Unequal Struggle

By: The Ashford, Kent & Susses Tithe Payers' Association

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67 pages with forty-four illustrations. Circa 1949. Abundantly illustrated with very interesting black and white photographs which document a multitude of protests. "The Tithe Act of 1936 has left an entirely unsatisfactory state of affairs. It leaves the tithe-paying farmers disgruntled and antagonistic, and puts the country in the position of placing a proportion of its most important citizens in this unsatisfactory state of mind for some sixty years. Agriculture is, in fact, made the scapegoat for the Church of England. The Government has satisfied its Church financially without the consent of its farmer tithe-payers. (See London Demonstration). We, therefore, invity your perusal and study of the following pages, and hope that you will find them instructive, provocative and amusing. First leaf loose. Occasional markings to contents. Very rough copy of a most unusual work.