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by Joan Allen,Owen R. Ashton

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Papers for the People book. Published October 28th 2005 by Merlin Press.

Papers for the People book. Revisionist perspectives on the role of Chartist presses throughout. Revisionist perspectives on the role of Chartist presses throughout the United Kingdom and Australia (1838 to the late 1850s) in the campaign for democracy in Victorian Britain and overseas are surveyed in this anthology of essays from noted specialists in the history of Chartism.

London: Merlin Press, 2005. Also distributed in the United States, Chicago: Independent Publishers Group. Curiously, no extended narrative and analysis of the Chartist press exists despite a century of scholarship on the movement. Nine contributors ranging from newly minted P. s to emeriti address a variety of issues on both the national and local levels. Aled Jones effectively fixes Chartist journalism in the contexts of both the early Victorian radical press and conventions of mid-Victorian "mainstream" journalism.

Sales of the paper declined as the interest in the Chartist movement fell, with weekly circulation being only 1,200 by the end of. .Allen, Joan and Ashton, Owen R. Papers for the People: A Study of the Chartist Press (2005). Chartism: A New History (2007).

Sales of the paper declined as the interest in the Chartist movement fell, with weekly circulation being only 1,200 by the end of 1851. O'Connor was losing interest in the campaign and sold the Northern Star to Harney in April 1852, who merged it with the Friend of the people to form the Star of Freedom. The latter appeared in a smaller format to Northern Star and to avoid the Stamp Duty printed no news. It survived only until December of the same year.

Covering the period form 1838 to the late 1850s, it considers the press in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Australia. Most of the contributors are well-known specialists in the history of Chartism, writing from both innovative and revisionist perspectives

London: Merlin Press, 2002.

London: Merlin Press, 2002. 118+ million publications. Recommended publications.

Papers for the People: A Study of the Chartist Press Eds: Joan Allen and Owen Ashton (Merlin Press, 2005): 25-53. Robert Poole, The March to Peterloo, Past and Present 192 (2006): 109-153. Robert Poole, By the Law or the Sword: Peterloo Revisited History 91:302 (2006): 254-276.

Allen and O. Ashton (eds) (2005) Papers for the People: A Study of the Chartist Press, (London: Merlin Press);Google Scholar. 32. G. Smith (1996) ‘Civilized People Don’t Want to See That Kind of Thing: The Decline of Physical Punishment in London 1760–1840’, in C. Strange (e. Qualities of Mercy. Justice, Punishment and Discretion (Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press) pp. 21–50. 33. A. May (2003) The Bar and the Old Bailey, 1750–1850 (Chapel Hill: University of North.

Harcup T (2006) Joan Allen and Owen R Ashton (2005) (Eds): Papers For The People: a study of the Chartist press. Fifth Estate Online: International Journal of Radical Mass Media Criticism. Harcup T (2005) Howard Good (2003) (Ed): Desperately Seeking Ethics: a guide to media conduct. Journalism Studies, 6(1), 142-142. Harcup T (2004) Raymond Kuhn and Erik Neveu (2002) (Eds) Political Journalism. Media, Culture & Society, 26(1), 150-151. Harcup T (2003) Journalism After September 11. European Journal of Communication, 18(3), 411-413.

Publication status: Published. Series Title: Chartist Studies. Volume: 7. Number of Pages: 232. Publisher: Merlin Press. Place Published: London. Newcastle University Library, NE2 4HQ, United Kingdom.

Allen, Joan, and Owen R. Ashton 'Papers for the People: A Study of the Chartist Press' (2005). David Williams, John Frost: a study in Chartism (1969) p 193. ^ Malcolm Chase, Chartism: A New History (Manchester UP, 2007), pp. 135–8, 152–7. Ashton, Owen, Fyson, Robert, and Roberts, Stephen, 'The Chartist Legacy' (1999) ESSAYS. Briggs, Asa 'Chartist Studies' (1959) ESSAYS. Brown, Richard, 'Chartism' (1998). Chase, Malcolm, 'Chartism: A New History' (2007). Charlton, John, 'The Chartists.

Revisionist perspectives on the role of Chartist presses throughout the United Kingdom and Australia (1838 to the late 1850s) in the campaign for democracy in Victorian Britain and overseas are surveyed in this anthology of essays from noted specialists in the history of Chartism.

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