TIL that the 19th century London campaign for sanitary reform and delivering clean water was opposed by critics as “a deduction from the charms of freedom.” The Times daily argued it was preferable to “take a chance with cholera than be bullied into health.” via /r/todayilearned


TIL that the 19th century London campaign for sanitary reform and delivering clean water was opposed by critics as “a deduction from the charms of freedom.” The Times daily argued it was preferable to “take a chance with cholera than be bullied into health.”
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Submitted July 08, 2017 at 05:59AM by DieMensch-Maschine
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