William Gladstone at a rally

William Gladstone at a rally

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Caption: William Gladstone at a rally. 1898 illustration of the British statesman William Ewart Gladstone (1809-1898) at a political rally in Liverpool, UK. Gladstone, who was prime minister three times and twice chancellor, instituted many reforms including, in 1870, a national education program for all children. His appreciation of science however, did not match his ability as a reformer. He failed to see the potential of Faraday's research and is believed to have said to Faraday, regarding electricity, 'after all, what use is it?'.

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