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factory movement,1830-1855.

J. T. Ward

factory movement,1830-1855.

by J. T. Ward

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Published by Macmillan, St.Martin"s Press in London, New York .
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Paginationxii, 516p.
Number of Pages516
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Open LibraryOL17313586M

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Excerpt. In his History of the Factory Movement, published inSamuel Kydd claimed that the Movement's 'efforts in the factories, on the platform, through the Press, the pulpit and the Parliament, called into existence almost every shade of controversy, religious, moral, social, economical, political, philosophical and Parliamentary'.

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book for them. 1 The Factory Movement, – opened on a sombre scene in the industrial areas. Thousands of workers around Huddersfield were existing on 21/2d. per day. Cumbrian weavers, Graham told the Commons, faced ‘pinching hunger and despair’; and Cobbett found the distress at Bolton ‘so great as scarcely to admit of description’, and roundly condemned ‘all the stories of the Leeds Mercury, that great maudlin liar of.

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Ward, Book. Book Author(s) Ceri Thompson, Chris Bell Date Publisher University of Wales Press Pub place Cardiff, Wales Next: The factory movement, Previous: The early factory legislation: a study in legi Library availability. The Chartist Prisoners, –41* - Volume 24 Issue 2 - Christopher Godfrey agree to abide by our usage policies.

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The Factory Movement, – (London, ), pp. book is rather narrowly centred upon the history of the Factory Movement as such, but within those limits it is a thorough and useful study.

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British Labourer’s Protector and Factory Child’s Friend (). Bronterre’s National Reformer (). Towers Ward, The Factory Movement,and Cecil Driver, Tory Radical: The Life of Richard Oastler, both excellent monographs, have covered it, but they emphasize the popular agitation centered in the northern manufacturing towns, and pay little attention to the role played by factory regulations.

It is generally accepted that sustained public discussion of children’s rights is of relatively recent origin.

In this article I endeavour to demonstrate that a powerful discourse of children’s rights emerged in Britain in the s in connection with the campaign of the Ten Hours Movement to limit the hours of labour of children in the textile industries.

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