An Essay on the History and Management of Literary, Scientific, and Mechanics' Institutions: And Especially How Far They May Be


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James Hole's Essay (1853) argues on behalf of nineteenth-century mechanics' institutes, schools aimed at educating working-class adults, and suggests ways of making them more effective. A central work of early Victorian social reformism, Hole's Essay makes a passionate case for the importance of educational access.

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