The Chartists: The First National Workers' Movement

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Pluto Press, 1997 - History - 110 pages
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This work brings together and considers the research into the Chartist movement of the 1840's. Texts examine varied aspects of the movement - Chartist Christians, Chartist Trade Unions, American and Irish Chartists, Chartist educators and Chartist feminists.
  

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The Mass Strike of 1842
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Downturn 184247
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State Power
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History of the workers' movement in Britain, Part 2: Chartism and ...
... and a blow struck at this confederacy goes to the heart of the evil..”’ (John Charlton, The Chartists: The First National Workers’ Movement). ...
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John Charlton The Chartists: the First National Workers’ movement, Pluto Press, 1997 is a brief class-based analysis. Edward Royle Revolutionary Britannia?, ...
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