Part of the Cambridge perspectives in history series
This book considers the ways in which working people in the nineteenth century sought justice through the Chartist movement.
Richard Brown poses fundamental questions about the movement and considers them through the interpretations of both contemporary and later historians.
Central themes and episodes covered include a study of the emergence of Chartism, the Chartists and their leaders and an account of the three phases of Chartism from 1836 to 1848.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 148 pages, 1 colour book
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
- Publication Date: 25/06/1998
- Category: British & Irish history
- ISBN: 9780521586177