G. K.'s Weekly

G. K.'s Weekly was a British publication founded in 1925 (pilot edition late 1924) by G. K. Chesterton, continuing until his death in 1936. It contained much of his later journalism, and extracts from it were published as The Outline of Sanity.

Read more about G. K.'s Weekly:  History in Sequence With Related Publications, Distributism in Context, Chesterton As Editor and Campaigner, The League After Chesterton's Death, The Chesterbelloc and Anti-Semitic Prejudice

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