B ; chartism ; ext. supp. change

what were the years of highest support?
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circulation of what is an important indication of fluctuating chartist support?
northern star
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what figures contradicted the decline of chartist support in the 40s?
increasing signatures on bill
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in 1838 what was the nc circulation?
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but in mass agitation of '39 sold how many copies?
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in 45 sold fewer than how many copies?
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and in '51 sold how many?
only just 1,500
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then collapsed in?
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which two areas was support strongest?
north / midlands
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where were there especially well-organised local assocs?
textile districts mcr
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which two areas in particular had vigourous chartist presence?
ashton-under-lyne and stockport
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because agitation against which laws had been particularly strong?
poor law
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and organisation from which associasions sustained chartists?
anti-poor law leageues
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why movement especially strong among textile workers?
threatened bby technological change
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why were industrial scottish people particularly supportive?
glasgow weavers strike beef
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why did chartism never gain support in ireland?
groups e.g young ireland too concerned with campaigning against the union
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how did they view chartism?
an english problem
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also, which group were massively opposed to chartism in ireland?
catholi church
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what % of chartist support cam efrom essex and suffolk?
less than 1%
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because chartists could never gain which groups support?
agricultural workers
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opp to chartism strong among which three groups?
landowners / mc / important church leaders
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who was notorious for denouncing sermons calling irreligious?
bishop of norwich
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which city did chartism have difficult gaining support?
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industrial development was only small-scale
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in 1840s what were two reason for inc chartist supp in ldn?
economy fluctuations / good NCA organisation
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changing circumstances help explain what events after 48 rejection?
protests and demonstrations in london
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women made up what fraction of 39 petition signatures?
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what did women specifically run for chartists?
chartist sunday shcools
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and carried out traditional female roles such as?
sewing banners / organising tea parties
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what did women promote with shopkeepers
"exclusive dealing"
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which meant?
they'd boycott those hostile to chartist movement
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how many female chartist associations were there?
over 100
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how many in scotland?
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but what were women never considered for?
roles in the national movement
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richardson made a ploy for female rights in which book?
the rights of women
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but what was the attitude of most chartists?
women should b limited to supporting husbands and families not pioolitical activities
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women's support for chartists decline after?
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why were women reluctant to attend NCA meetings?
usually held in male stronghold pubs
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women were more attracted to which other movements?
religious and teetotal groups
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by what year had female support become insignificant?
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what does only surviving kennington common photo show?
overwhelmingly male event
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when was it?
10th april 1848
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where was mc support especially strong in early years @ least?
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by 1838 why had most mc supporters left?
concerned with increasingly violent tone
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attempts to expand chatist support in early 40s w/ alliances to which two groups suggested?
anti-corn law league / complete suffrage union
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did it happen?
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when and where was the ACLL formed?
mcr '38
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with strong financial support from who?
number of rich industrialists
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why did it claim repeal of corn law would benefit agric / indust interest?
form part of growing trend toward free trade boosting eco
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why did they also claim this would help wc?
repeal would inevitably lower price of bread and food
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but why were many chartists reluctant to work w/ mc again?
after disappointment of '32 reform act
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what did some suggest reduced food prices would enable employers to do?
keep wages down
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what was the difference between the mc and wc?
mc were economic but wc were political
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and what this prove?
too big a difference t voercome fy faen
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what organisation did joseph sturge form in 1841?
Complete Suffrage Union (CSU)
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which promoted which single issue?
universal male suffrage
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who opposed him massively despite initioal chartist support?
o'connor, shocker, right?
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when was a meeting convened attended by both chartists and csu?
december '42
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what did o'connor persuade the people at the meeting was the most important thing?
the people's charter, i know, another shocker
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why did the CSU collapse?
no chartist support and no appeal to mc
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what was the first instance of gov attempt to ctrl trade unions in 9900 called?
the combination acts
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legal punishment for what was reintroduced in 1825?
strinking / using collective bargaining to better working conditions
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what were trade unions then struggling to do?
meet members demands
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by late 1830s what did chartism provide outlet for?
workers who saw org w/ political change in areas trade socs were struggling
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however what were still main goals of those trade unionists / workers within chartists?
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when did the chartist convention send out a questionairre to local chartist supp orgs?
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how many did they send to?
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of those, how many orgs said they had no general lack of vote grievance?
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instead more concerned with which three things?
lack work / low pay / spenny food
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what, however evidenced large support of workers for chartists?
number of signatures on reform petition sent to parliament
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what did chartists also play a key role in foundation of?
new trade unions
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what two organisations were bothformed in 1844?
The General United Tailors' Trade Protection Society (GUTTPS) and Mechanics Protective Society of GB (MPSGB)
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what did new trade unions grow from?
either localised societies to national bodies or part of umbrella prg
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what had chartism towards the end shown new trade unions?
large groups of organised organisations able to have voices heard
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what miner organisation also had strong chartist influence?
Miners ' Association of Great Britain and Ireland (MAGBI)
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despite having been set up for local miners what had several snr officials become?
active chartists
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and what was o'connor asked to offer legal opinion on?
founding constitution
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what was reaction to attempts to hand out chartist literature at MAGBI meetings?
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evidencing what?
support from leadership for chartists didn't extend to members
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what was rarely a condition put forward for ending workers strilkes?
demands of the people's charter
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evidenced espiecially in which 1842 riots?
plug plot riots
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for most part, miners concerns involved which three classic worker things?
low wages / long hours / high rents
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circulation of what is an important indication of fluctuating chartist support?


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what figures contradicted the decline of chartist support in the 40s?


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in 1838 what was the nc circulation?


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but in mass agitation of '39 sold how many copies?


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