- the principles of a body of 19th century English reformers who advocated better social and economic conditions for working people
How To Use Chartism In A Sentence
- A diffuse, volatile blend of everything from anarchism to religious millenarianism, it continued to mark working-class movements up to and including Chartism.
- The name Chartism stems from the six point People's Charter that was drawn up in 1838. Archives Hub Collections of the Month, April 2008
- Now that all which could be deemed wise and good in Chartist demands has been conceded, orderly and quietly, the name "Chartism" has utterly lost its dread significance. Great Britain and Her Queen
- Some four sheets making a Pamphlet called Chartism addressed to you at Concord are, I suppose, snorting along through the waters this morning, part of the Cargo of the “British Queen.” The Correspondence of Thomas Carlyle and Ralph Waldo Emerson, 1834-1872, Vol. I
- The following passage, from Carlyle's "Chartism," expresses better than any one else has done, or is likely to do it, the nature of this Val d'Arno
- The Radical party has struggled on as best it might, without the author of 'Chartism' and 'The French Revolution' -- Obiter Dicta
- Chartism was a political and social movement in the United Kingdom that lasted approximately ten years from 1838-48. Archives Hub Collections of the Month, April 2008
- Chartism," and more of the like, - we set out together for Scotland, by New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle
- Mr. Carlyle, I remember, was bitterly reproached for grumbling in his "Chartism," and other works, as if a man had no moral right to complain of hunger until he had grasped a piece of bread. The Potiphar Papers
- Parliamentary Reform and Chartism indicated that the traditional elite politics was changing into the mass politic gradually.