Labour History Review

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Labour History Review (1996), 61, (3), 332–340.

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Paul A. Pickering, ‘Class without words: Symbolic communication in the Chartist movement’, Past and Present, no. 112, 1986, pp. 144-62. ‘Class without words: Symbolic communication in the Chartist movement’ Past and Present 144 62 Google Scholar

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Asa Briggs (ed.), Chartist Studies, 1959. Google Scholar

Eileen Yeo, ‘Robert Owen and radical culture’ in Sidney Pollard and John Salt (eds.), Robert Owen, Prophet of the Poor, 1971, pp. 84-114. Google Scholar

For a similar approach, see James Vernon, Politics and the People: A Study in English Political Culture, c.1815-1867, Cambridge, 1993, especially chapter 3. Politics and the People: A Study in English Political Culture, c.1815-1867 Google Scholar

James Epstein, ‘Understanding the Cap of Liberty: Symbolic practice and social conflict in early-nineteenth-century England’, in his Radical Expression: Political Language, Ritual and Symbol in England, 1790-1850, Oxford, 1994, p. 71. Radical Expression: Political Language, Ritual and Symbol in England, 1790-1850 71 Google Scholar

Michael Winstanley, ‘Oldham radicalism and the origins of popular liberalism, 1830-52’, Historical Journal, vol. 36, 1993, pp. 619-43; Peter Taylor, Popular Politics in Early Industrial Britain: Bolton 1825-1850, Keele, 1995. ‘Oldham radicalism and the origins of popular liberalism, 1830-52’ Historical Journal 36 619 43 Google Scholar

Paul A. Pickering, ‘Class without words: Symbolic communication in the Chartist movement’, Past and Present, no. 112, 1986, pp. 144-62. ‘Class without words: Symbolic communication in the Chartist movement’ Past and Present 144 62 Google Scholar

 Google Scholar

Gareth Stedman Jones, ‘Rethinking Chartism’, in his Languages of Class: Studies in English Working Class History, 1832-1982, Cambridge, 1983. Languages of Class: Studies in English Working Class History, 1832-1982 Google Scholar

Asa Briggs (ed.), Chartist Studies, 1959. Google Scholar

Eileen Yeo, ‘Robert Owen and radical culture’ in Sidney Pollard and John Salt (eds.), Robert Owen, Prophet of the Poor, 1971, pp. 84-114. Google Scholar

For a similar approach, see James Vernon, Politics and the People: A Study in English Political Culture, c.1815-1867, Cambridge, 1993, especially chapter 3. Politics and the People: A Study in English Political Culture, c.1815-1867 Google Scholar

James Epstein, ‘Understanding the Cap of Liberty: Symbolic practice and social conflict in early-nineteenth-century England’, in his Radical Expression: Political Language, Ritual and Symbol in England, 1790-1850, Oxford, 1994, p. 71. Radical Expression: Political Language, Ritual and Symbol in England, 1790-1850 71 Google Scholar

Michael Winstanley, ‘Oldham radicalism and the origins of popular liberalism, 1830-52’, Historical Journal, vol. 36, 1993, pp. 619-43; Peter Taylor, Popular Politics in Early Industrial Britain: Bolton 1825-1850, Keele, 1995. ‘Oldham radicalism and the origins of popular liberalism, 1830-52’ Historical Journal 36 619 43 Google Scholar

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