This important collection of writings is about and by women connected with social and political movements between 1799-1870. The set features the writings of those who made important contributions to Radicalism, Owenism, Chartism and Feminism, and documents the vast cultural changes brought about by industrialization. Contents include * an extensive collection of writings from 19th century periodicals * selected writings of Frances Wright, a key figure in radical circles in the US and the UK * writings by Frances Morrison, Robert Dale Owen, William Cobbett and William Lovett * J.D. Milne's seminal work qIndustrial Employment of Women.q82 Elland Anti-Poor-Law Meeting Elizabeth Hanson from The Northern Star, 21 April 1838, p. ... Sir, a I shall pass over the taunting language, which you made use of in reply to my letter; it proves nothing, it answers ... so as to make it go hand in hand with manual labour, that is to act as an auxiliary or helpmate, and not as a competitor, the present condition of the productive classes will never be bettered.
|Title||:||Women and Radicalism in the Nineteenth Century: Specific controversies|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2001|