Ernest Charles Jones and the Royal Literary Fund
- CHARTISM. Royle, Edward // History Today;Dec85, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p46
Deals with chartism in Great Britain. Standard interpretation of chartism; Importance of social and economic considerations in determining the nature and incidence of chartist activity; Influential scholar to develop views on chartism; Origins of chartism as a political movement.
- Policing Chartism, 1839-1848: The Role of the 'Specials' Reconsidered. Swift, R. E. // English Historical Review;Jun2007, Vol. 122 Issue 497, p669
The article examines the nature and role of special constables in the policing of Chartism in England from 1839-1848. It investigates how these special constables were recruited, how they were deployed and how efficient they were. It describes the attitude of the Chartists towards the special...
- Chartism and the miners: A reinterpretation . Church, Roy // Labour History Review (Maney Publishing);Winter91, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p23
The article reports that since historian Asa Brigg's seminal study of Chartism was published in 1962, detailed research has shifted the emphasis of Chartist historiography away from the local and political to the social and cultural aspects. Chartism is now widely regarded as having created an...
- SUPPLEMENT. // British Medical Journal;3/29/1980, Vol. 280 Issue 6218, p951
Presents views of author on medicopolitical issues in Great Britain. Debate on the 1972 Chambers constitutional reforms; Contents of the 'M' circular; Details of the achievements of the British labor movement.
- Notes on Aspects of Chartist Leadership. Thompson, Dorothy // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Autumn67, Issue 15, p28
This section focuses on several papers which explored aspects of Chartist leadership. The early general histories of Chartism discussed the movement largely in terms of ideology. They tended to isolate and define various philosophical and social theories amongst the leadership, and to relate...
- CHARTISM AS A HISTORICAL SUBJECT. Thompson, Dorothy // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Spring70, Issue 20, p10
This article presents the comprehensive study of Chartism in Great Britain. The local descriptions of Chartist activity suffer from the lack of central frame of reference. The articulate rational and programmatic aspects of the movement and the undefined areas of response at a different level to...
- Twenty Years On. Dawson, Andrew; John, Angela; Lindop, Fred; Stigant, Paul; Coltham, Stephen // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Spring81, Issue 42, p13
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues. Lack of funds to do research in labor history in British universities; Discussion of the attitudes that shaped the aims of the British society; Information about the general strike of 1842 in Great Britain.
- COMMUNICATION. Flett, Keith // Bulletin -- Society for the Study of Labour History;Winter88, Vol. 53 Issue 3, p34
Comments on Neville Kirk's review of John Saville's book "1848." View of Gareth Stedman Jones on Chartism; Historical background of Chartism; Praise on Kirk and Saville's work on the impact of state repression in 1848.
- What We Have to Do with Is Now: Time and the Subject of Charist Agitation. Brown, Kate E. // English Language Notes;Spring/Summer2008, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p75
This article discusses Chartism, which was the first mass workers' movement in British history. The movement emerged in the early 1830s in response to legislation that was seen as a betrayal of working people by the upper classes. The movement was founded upon a platform of universal manhood...