De 6 Charter-krav. (kilde: People's Museum: http://www.phm.org.uk/keemu/display.php?irn=8920)


Socialistisk Biblioteks Tidslinje med links til begivenheder og personer i 1832.


Se også index over personer, organisationer/partier og over værker (som bøger, malerier, mm.), steder , begivenheder, mv., der er på hele Tidslinjen, titler og indhold på emnelisterne osv.



21. maj 1838

Den første britiske massebevægelse af arbejdere (forløber for arbejderbevægelsen) vedtager “People’s Charter” på møde i Glasgow, med krav om udvidelse af demokratiet i et 6-punkts program.

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Links:

Leksikalt/Encyclopedias

Chartistbevægelsen. Af Einhart Lorenz (Leksikon.org)

Chartistbevægelsen (Denstoredanske.dk) kortere leksikonartikel.

Chartism (Wikipedia.org). Længere engelsk artikel om Chartist-bevægelsen.

The Chartists (Marxists Internet Archive: History Archive: British History). Documents incl. Marx & Engelsk on the Chartists

Sites:

The People’s Charter (Britisk Library; Chartists)

Where History Happened: Chartism (Historyextra.com)

Chartist Ancestors (Chartists.net)

Artikler/Articles

The chartists (Blog, Socialismoryourmoneyback.org. May 8, 2013 (World Socialism Movement). On the radicalism and folded arms-theory of the Chartists.

The Chartist series. By Keith Flett (Socialist Worker, December 2006):
1. The Chartists: A militant struggle for the rights of workers (Issue 2029, 2 December)
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2. The Chartists turn left after the defeats of 1848 (Issue 2030, 9 December)
3. The Chartists remain an inspiration for the fight for freedom now (Issue 2031, 16 December)

The origins of the Labour movement. Part 51, – i: Neil Faulkner: A Marxist History of the World (Counterfire, 31 October 2011)

The Dignity of Chartism. By John Westmoreland (Counterfire, November 19, 2015). Review of Dorothy Thompson’ book (Verso, 2015, 334 p.)

Chartism’s hidden history. By Judy Cox (International Socialism, Issue 114, April 2007). Review of Keith Flett, Chartism After 1848: the Working Class and the Politics of Radical Education (Merlin Press, 2006).
See also Review by David Renton + Response by Keith Flett (Reviews in History, December 2009)

Newport Rising: the Chartists are coming: 3. November 1839. By Phil Knight. (Socialist Review, Issue 235, November 1999)

Peter Murray McDouall and ”˜Physical Force Chartism’. By Ray Challinor (International Socialism, Issue 12, Spring 1981, p.53-84; online at Marxists Internet Archive)

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See on the Kenninnton Common Mass Meeting 10th April, 1848 (Spartacus Educational)

The Mass Meeting at Kennington Common: 10 April 1848 (The History Student)

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