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a 19th century English reformer who advocated better social and economic conditions for working people

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In 1837, Newcastle printer John Turnbull published the first edition of the Northern Liberator, the town's Chartist newspaper.
This project, coupled with Chartist Tower, are huge projects that will make a real difference to the city when completed.
Jack tells his dad: "So our ancestor is directly responsible for the arrest of the great Welsh hero of the Chartist Movement.
"You will hear many people in Newport tell you that the holes inside the porch of the Westgate Hotel are Chartist bullet holes," said Oliver Blackmore, the collections and engagement officer at Newport Museum and Art Gallery.
The Chartists campaigned for political rights in the 1830s and 1840s, linked to social and economic improvement.
The book's editor Dr John Hargreaves' Introduction provides the geographical, historical and cultural context for the essays which follow, concluding with his own thoughts on Huddersfield's Chartist legacy.
This book details the career of Bronterre OAEBrien, a leader of Chartist movement, a popular political mobilization for democracy in 19th-century Britain.
Jones (1819-1869) were written in the first flush of his Chartist poetic
In the first part, Vanden Bossche analyzes how Tory and Whig papers agreed that any Chartist action, whether peaceful or violent, was revolutionary.
In the field of heterogeneous agents, fundamentalist/ chartist modeling is a very important frame.
Map of the Human Heart is set in 1931 when a chartist lands a plane in the Arctic to map unrecorded regions.
Instead, the year was 1839 and violence was flaring in the city with Chartist campaigners demanding voting reform.
(4) For a long time (from the 1840s to the 1940s), O'Brien was regarded as central to Chartism, especially by writers on the political left; yet he has no entry so far in the important Dictionary of Labour Biography, which began publication in 1972, and, in general, he has been marginalized in recent Chartist scholarship.