William Loftus Hare

William Loftus Hare (1868-1943) was a Quaker, Theosophist, and Socialist, who among other things worked as editor of The Ploughshare (the journal of the Socialist Quaker Society), served on the War and Social Order Committee, and wrote an account of the 1924 Parliament of Living Religions. His contribution to Quaker thought is assessed in a 2006 article by Tony Adams, ‘The Universal Dimension: William Loftus Hare’s Pivotal Contribution to London Yearly Meeting‘.