Sinews of sectarian warfare? : State aid in New South Wales, 1836-1862
Controversy over government financial support of religion is not new. Though the issue of aid to the clergy is dead, that of aid to denominational schools is still a subject of sometimes heated discussion. In the years between 1836, when the Church Act introduced state aid to the Colony of New South Wales, and 1862 when, after widespread agitation, aid was abolished by the Grants for Public Worship Prohibition Act, a large proportion of the Colony's population was embroiled in dispute. In this...[Show more]
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