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Hughes, Thomas

(1822–96). B. Uffington, Berkshire, Eng.; educ. Oxford; jurist, soc. reformer; helped found Christian* Socialism; active in founding Working Men's Coll., London, 1854, and was its principal 1872–83; founded Rugby, an unsuccessful cooperative community, in Tenn. 1879. Works include Tom Brown's School Days; Tom Brown at Oxford; biographies of D. Livingstone and Alfred the Great.

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