Goldsworthy Lowes Dickinson (August 6, 1862 – August 3, 1932) was a British historian and political activist. He led most of his life at Cambridge, where he wrote a dissertation on Neo-Platonism before becoming a fellow. He was closely associated with the Bloomsbury Group. A noted pacifist, Dickinson protested against Britain's involvement in World War I. His essay on the League of Nations Covenant within the Treaty of Versailles (The Future of the Covenant, London: League of Nations Union, 1920) helped to shape public opinion towards the League.
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Acquisition Note: Source: From the collection of Holbrook Jackson. Originally laid in Religion and Immortality by G. Lowes Dickinson. BR125 D62
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