Arthur Shadwell

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Arthur Shadwell (September 1854– March 1936) was a physician and author.[1] His works included:

  • The Economic Aspects of the Bicycle (1896)
  • Industrial Efficiency (1909) [2]
  • Drink, Temperance and Legislation (1915)
  • The socialist movement, 1824-1924 (1925)

Arthur Shadwell is an alumnus of Uppingham and Keble College, Oxford.[3] Shadwell completed his clinical training at Saint Bartholomew's Hospital. He was an assistant physician in Brighton at Sussex County Hospital before he decided to pursue his dream of writing on public health, temperance, and wider problems of economics and politics.[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ G H Brown (1936), "Arthur Shadwell", The Lancet
  2. ^ "Arthur Shadwell (1854-1936). Industrial Efficiency. Keller, ed. 1917. The Reader's Digest of Books". www.bartleby.com. Retrieved 2018-04-20.
  3. ^ Oxford, University of; Foster, Joseph (1888). Alumni Oxonienses: The Members of the University of Oxford, 1715-1886 : Their Parentage, Birthplace, and Year of Birth, with a Record of Their Degrees : Being the Matriculation Register of the University. Joseph Foster.
  4. ^ "Munks Roll Details for Arthur Shadwell". munksroll.rcplondon.ac.uk. Retrieved 2018-04-20.