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Frank Prochaska is a distinguished historian of modern British history, whose books include Women and Philanthropy in Nineteenth-Century England (1980), The Voluntary Impulse (1988), Philanthropy and the Hospitals of London: the King's Fund, 1897-1990 (1992), Royal Bounty: the Making of a Welfare
Monarchy (1995), and The Republic of Britain, 1760-2000. He teaches at Yale University and holds an Honorary Fellowship at the Institute of Historical Research, London University.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Church charities -- Great Britain.
Church work with the poor -- Great Britain.
Church and social problems -- Great Britain.
Social service -- Religious aspects -- Christianity.