6 edition of The Anti-Poor Law movement, 1834-44 found in the catalog.
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|Statement||[by] Nicholas C. Edsall.|
|LC Classifications||HV249.E89 E35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 285 p.|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||77029767|
Edsall, N. C. () The Anti-Poor Law Movement, Edwards, G. Z. () A Vicar as Vagrant Englander, D. () Poverty and Poor Law Reform In19th . The Anti-Poor Law Movement Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman & Littlefield, Klaver, Claudia. A/moral Economics: Classical Political Economy and Cultural Authority in Nineteenth-Century England. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, Knott, John. Popular Opposition to the Poor Law. London: Croom Helm, Lees, Lynn Hollen.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages 23 cm: Contents: The Debate on the New Poor Law --The New Poor Law in Rural England --The Origins of Northern Opposition The Opposition Victorious --Concession and Counterattack --Towards a National Movement the North on its Own --The Anti-Poor Law Movement and.
The anti-Poor Law agitators were determined to portray the Poor Law Commissioners as inhuman tyrants. Emotional speeches and tales of cruelty, such as those published by George Wythen Baxter in his Book of Bastiles, roused northern workers to fury.
In some areas, attempts to put the new system into operation were met with riots. : The anti-Poor Law movement viii, p.
23 cm. Burgundy cloth hardcover in mylar-covered mauve dustjacket. Small tear in head of jacket spine. Faint spotting to text block edge. Covers: the debate on the New Poor Law; the New Poor Law in rural England; the origins of northern opposition; the opposition victorious; the anti-Poor Law movement and Chartism; relieving the.
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The Anti-Poor Law Movement N C EDSALL Prior to the creation of the Welfare State no legislation was more important to the average Englishman than the Poor Laws. Their very scope ensured that they would be subject to constant change, but of all the changes made during their year history none was more significant than the Poor Law.The anti-Poor Law movement, - Edsall, Nicholas Cranford, Book | Recommended Understanding the Cap of Liberty: Symbolic Practice and Social Conflict in Early Nineteenth-Century England - James Epstein Article | Recommended Radical expression: political language, ritual, and symbol in England, - Epstein, James, Book.Elite Argentine family's summer house, built ca.
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