2 edition of London Democratic Association 1837-41 found in the catalog.
London Democratic Association 1837-41
Written in English
Photocopied from The Chartist Experience, edited by James Epstein and Dorothy Thompson, published London: Macmillan, 1982.
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Abstract. THE East London Democratic Association was founded inon 29 January the birthday of Thomas Paine, 1 and became in the London Democratic Association, on 10 August, a date memorable for the overthrow of the French Monarchy.
As such it played a brief but stormy part in the Chartist Movement before being absorbed in into the wider movement Cited by: 2. Chartist Experience Studies in Working Class Radicalism and Culture, The London Democratic Association – a Study in London Radicalism.
Pages Bennett, Jennifer. Book Title Chartist Experience Book Subtitle Studies in Working Class Radicalism and Culture, The East London Democratic Association (ELDA) was founded in January by George Julian Harney in opposition to the LWMA, later supported by James Bronterre O'Brien and Feargus O' April ELDA was reconstituted as the London Democratic Association (LDA) with an eight-point resolution covering the Charter and more.
The London Democratic Association offered a more radical Chartist alternative to the better known London Working Men’s Association. Established as the East London Democratic Association on 29 Januaryit argued from the start for the five radical principles which would form the core of Chartist demands, and opposed the New Poor Law.
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Objects of the London Democratic Association. First: the Objects of the Democratic Association are, to avail itself of every opportunity in the progress of society, for practically establishing the principles of Social, Political and Universal : To this end, they desire to unite the unrepresented of all classes into one bond of fraternity, for the attainment of.
On this see Jennifer Bennett ‘The London Democratic Association a Study in London Radicalism’ in Epstein and Thompson (eds.) The Chartist Experience, pages Goodway, London Chartism, pages Goodway, London Chartism, pages Goodway, London Chartism, pagesand Publisher Name Palgrave Macmillan, London; eBook Packages Palgrave Political & Intern.
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