|←Author Index: Br||Charles Bradlaugh
|English activist, secularist, Member of Parliament|
- Who Was Jesus Christ?, and What Did He Teach? (1860)
- The credibility and morality of the four Gospels (1860)
- A Plea for Atheism (1864)
- A Few Words About the Devil (1864)
- The impeachment of the House of Brunswick (1875)
- The Freethinker's Text-Book (1876)
- Biographies of ancient and modern celebrated freethinkers. (1877)
- Why do men starve? (1870s)
- Poverty: its effects on the political condition of the people (1870s)
- The land, the people, and the coming struggle (1880)
- Mr. Gladstone or Lord Salisbury: Which? (1886)
- The Channel Tunnel: Ought the Democracy to Oppose or Support It? (1887)
- Humanity's Gain from Unbelief (1889)
- The Right to Affirm (1889)
- Labor and law (London : R. Forder, 1891)
- Political essays (London : Freethought Pub. Co., 1891)
- Man, Whence and How?
- Religion, What and Why?
- The Roberts-Bradlaugh Debate
- Reform or revolution (1870s)
Works about Bradlaugh
- Annie Besant, Autobiographical Sketches, 1885.
- Annie Besant, An Autobiography, 1893. Chapter 6, 'Charles Bradlaugh', et seq.
- Bonner, Charles Bradlaugh (London, 1908)
- “Bradlaugh, Charles,” in Dictionary of National Biography Supplement, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1901) in 3 vols.
- “Charles Bradlaugh,” in Eminent English liberals in and out of Parliament, by John Morrison Davidson (1880)