Dorothy Thompson. The Dignity of Chartism.

Biblioteca / 2010-2021

Dorothy Thompson. The Dignity of Chartism: Essays.

Editado por Stephen Roberts.

Londres: Verso, 2015.

Dorothy Thompson (1923-2011)

CONTENTS

Introduction. Rethinking the Chartist Movement: Dorothy Thompson (1923– 2011) / Stephen Roberts

PART I

INTERPRETING CHARTISM

1 – Chartism as an Historical Subject

2 – The Languages of Class

3 – Who Were ‘the People’ in 1842?

4 – Women Chartists

5 – ‘The Question “What is a Chartist?” Answered’: Chartist Tracts

6 – Chartist Autobiographies

PART II

A LOCAL STUDY

7 – Chartism in the Industrial Areas

8 – ‘The Dignity of Chartism’: Halifax as a Chartist Centre (con E. P. Thompson)

PART III

THE LEADERS OF THE PEOPLE

9 – ‘The Most Well-Loved Man’: Feargus O’Connor

10 – ‘A Radical until the End of His Days’: George Julian Harney

11 – ‘The Best-Remembered Chartist’: Ernest Jones

12 – ‘Two of the Most Influential of Radical Voices’: John Fielden and Joseph Sturge

PART IV

REPERCUSSIONS

13 – The Chartists in 1848

14 – The British State and Chartism

15 – The Post-Chartist Decades

PART V

LOOKING BACK

16 – Reflections on Marxist Teleology

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