This paper will demonstrate that this metropolitan hostility to the supposed 'centralising' tendencies of Russellite
Whiggery was a direct consequence of the influence mobilized by a handful of radicalized parish vestries, which were the fundamental units of metropolitan local government, over the character of London's political culture--at both the local and parliamentary level.
In Counties Down and Londonderry anti-elite struggles would continue in rural areas through tenant right agitation and would still be a source of dispute during the Russellite
threat to 'elite' unionism in the early 1900s.
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, reports the New York daily News.
Tremain explained that he and his family did not believe in the flag salute because the flag was a symbol of "militarism and war" and was "'contrary to the teaching of the Bible and true Christianity." (14) Tremain and his family were members of the Elijah Voice Society (EVS), a splinter group of the Russellites
, the original Jehovah's Witnesses.
Several Bible-study groups, such as the Epiphanists and Russellites
, date their activities from the pre-War period.