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British Radicalism

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In the Library: Articles

Aldcroft, D.H. "The 'Revolt of the Field'," Past & Present 27 (19??). Agricultural workers' movement of the 1870s.

Brand, Carl F. "The conversion of the British trade unions to political action," American Historical Review 30 (1925):251-70. Mass enfranchisement of the 1860s & 70s.

Calder-Marshall, Arthur. "The Spa Fields Riots, 1816," History Today 21,6 (1971):407-15.

Church, Roy; Quintin Outram & David N. Smith. "Towards a history of British miners' militancy," Society for the Study of Labour History Bulletin 54 (spr 1989):21-36.

Claeys, Gregory. "Mazzini, Kossuth & British radicalism, 1848-1854," Journal of British Studies 28 (7/89):225-61.

__________. "Chartism & the events of 1848," Radical History Review 44 (1989):185-89.

Dunbabin, J.P.D. "The 'Revolt of the Field': the agricultural laborers' movement in the 1870s," Past & Present 26 & 27 (19??).

Field, John. "Making history: writings from the British coalfields, 1984-85," Radical History Review 38 (1987):135-51.

Glendinning, Chellis. "Notes toward a neo-Luddite manifesto," Utne Reader 38 (3-4/90):50-54.

Hall, Stuart. "The British Left after Thatcher," Socialist Review 92 (3-4/87):39- 52.

Jaffe, J.A. "The 'chiliasm of despair' reconsidered: revivalism & working-class agitation in County Durham," Journal of British Studies 28 (1.89):23-42.

Knox, W.W. "Religion & the Scottish labour movement, c. 1900-1939," Journal of Contemporary History 23 (10/88):609-30.

Linton, David. "The making of a pariah: the case of the Luddites," Etc. 48 (1991):404-13.

__________. "The Luddites: how did they get that bad reputation?" Labor History 33,4 (1992):529-37.

Reay, Barry. "The last rising of the agricultural laborers: the Battle of Bosenden Wood, 1838," History Workshop 26 (fall 88):78-101.

Samuel, Raphael. "Class politics: the lost world of British Communism," New Left Review 165 (9-10/87):52-92.

Smail, John. "New languages for labour & capital: the transformation of discourse in the early years of the industrial revolution," Social History 12 (1/87):49-72.

Steedman, Carolyn. "The price of experience: women & the making of the English working class," Radical History Review 59 (spr 1994):108-29.

In the Library: Non-Fiction Books

Armstrong, Alan. Farmworkers in England & Wales: A Social & Economic History, 1770-1980 (Ames: U. of Iowa, 1988).

Bailey, Brian. The Luddite Rebellion (NY, 1998).

Price, Richard. Labour in British Society: An Interpretive History (NY, 1990).

Clark, Anna. The Struggle for the Breeches: Gender & the Making of the British Working Class (Berkeley: U. of California, 1995).

Hobsbawm, Eric J. Labouring Men: Studies in the History of Labour (London, 1964).

__________ & George Rudé. Captain Swing [1968] (NY: Norton, 1975).

Howkins, Alun. Poor Labouring Men: Rural Radicalism in Norfok, 1870-1923 (London, 1985).

Prothero, Iowerth. Artisans & Politics in Early 19th-C. London: John Gast & His Times (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State U., 1979).

__________. Radical Artisans in England & France, 1830-1870 (NY, 1997).

Samuel, Raphael. Enemy Within: Pit Villages & the Miners' Strike of 1984-85 (NY, 1987).

Steinberg, Marc W. Fighting Words: Working Class Formation, Collective Action & Discourse in Early 19th-C. England (Ithaca: Cornell, 1999).

Tholfsen, Tryge. Working Class Radicalism in Mid-Victorian England (NY: Columbia, 197?).

Thompson, Edward P. The Making of the English Working Class (London: Gollancz, 1963).

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