Social and political essays

Elsie Locke campaigned for birth control, women’s rights, nuclear disarmament, social justice and the environment before such causes were popular.

You can read a selection of her articles and essays below:

Is there an answer without religion?‘ (pamphlet, 1951)
Looking For Answers‘ (1958)
We, The Accusers‘ (1966)
The Human Conveyor Belt‘ (1968)
Every Child Should Have A Chance ‘ (1968)
Grandfather’s Irish Riot‘ (1973)
Three Ordeals For a Gentle Settler‘ (1977)
What Hope For a Sane and Humane World‘ (1991)
About Woman Today‘ (1996)

All of these writings are © Elsie Locke Memorial Trust. Please contact the Trust for permission to reproduce.