Walter Rauschenbusch and the reception of the social gospel movement

Westward rail construction opened vast lands but enriched only a few. In the East and Midwest, millions of toiling urbanites were weary and despaired. The economic chasm in 1886 was vast. Former President Rutherford B. Hayes warned in a speech: “Free government cannot long endure if property is largely in a few hands and large […]

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