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Political Movements in Urban England, 1832-1914

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 240
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British History in Perspective

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A critical introduction to the mass political movements that came of age in urban England between the Great Reform Act of 1832 and the start of World War One. Roberts provides a guide to the new approaches to topics...

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A critical introduction to the mass political movements that came of age in urban England between the Great Reform Act of 1832 and the start of World War One. Roberts provides a guide to the new approaches to topics such as Chartism, parliamentary reform, Gladstonian Liberalism, popular Conservatism and the independent Labour movement.

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One of the first comprehensive studies of the 'new political history' covering a formative period in English politics
Provides a critical synthesis of the latest scholarship
Adopts a structure that is accessible and useful to both students and scholars

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Citizenship, the Franchise and Electoral Culture
Radicalism in the Age of the Chartists
The Culture and 'Failure' of Radicalism
The Making of Mid-Victoran Popular Liberalism
Post-Chartist Radicalism and the (Un)making of Popular Liberalism
Rethinking the 'Transformation' of Popular Conservatism
Defining and Debating Popular Conservatism
The Decline of Liberalism and the Rise of Labour I: A Narrative
The Decline of Liberalism and the Rise of Labour II: The Debate
The Modernization of Popular Politics
Notes
Bibliography
Index.
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MATTHEW ROBERTS is Lecturer in Modern British History at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

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MATTHEW ROBERTS is Lecturer in Modern British History at Sheffield Hallam University, UK.

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