THE DIGNITY OF CHARTISM
A leading social historian reclaims Chartism, the working-class movement for political reform in Britain, as a movement with class at its heart, a considerable female membership, and a maligned but inspirational man of integrity at its head in the shape of Feargus O'Connor.
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