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Respectable radical: George Howell and Victorian working class politics
F. M. Leventhal
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|Statement||[by] F. M. Leventhal.|
|Series||Radical men, movements and ideas|
|LC Classifications||HD8393.H6 L45|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 276 p.|
|Number of Pages||276|
|LC Control Number||76569618|
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Respectable radical: George Howell and Victorian working class politics. London, Weidenfeld and Nicolson  (OCoLC) Named Person: George Howell; George Howell; George Howell: Material Type: Biography: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F M Leventhal.
xv, p. ; 22 cm. --Respectable radical: George Howell and Victorian working class politicsPages: Get this from a library. Respectable radical: George Howell and Victorian working class politics. [F M Leventhal]. Fred M. Leventhal. AB (history), Harvard College; PhD (history), Harvard University; Nineteenth- and twentieth-century British history.
Professor Leventhal is the author of Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics (); The Last Dissenter: H.N. Brailsford and His World (); Arthur Henderson (); and the editor of Twentieth-Century Britain: An Encyclopedia.
Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics. By F. Leventhal (Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Press, ) pp. $ Victorian society was stirred, chastised, annoyed, appalled, and finally enervated by a bewildering variety of reform agitations.
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The Editor: Fred M. Leventhal, who received his B.A. and his Ph.D. from Harvard, is Professor of British History at Boston University.
Among his many publications are Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working-Class Politics (), The Last Dissenter: H.
Brailsford and His World (), and Arthur Henderson (). He is co-editor of the journal Twentieth Century British Format: Paperback. Professor Leventhal is the author of Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics (); The Last Dissenter: H.N.
Brailsford and His World (); Arthur Henderson (); and the editor of Twentieth-Century Britain: An Encyclopedia (). Respectable Radical: George Howell And Victorian Working Class Politics avg rating — 0 ratings — published — 2 editions Want to Read saving /5.
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Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics, Cited by: Among his many publications are Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working-Class Politics (), The Last Dissenter: H. Brailsford and His World (), and Arthur Henderson ().
He is co-editor of the journal Twentieth Century British History and former President of the North American Conference on British : $ Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics by F. Leventhal (pp. ) Review by: Trygve R. Tholfsen DOI: / Shared values rather than raw class conflict shaped the politics of mid-Victorian working-class radicalism.
25 These values also kept alive Chartist ideas of political participation. In the early to mids, a very active group of radical London trade unionists used virtually every opportunity to set up political bodies in order to start a Author: Detlev Mares.
Leventhal, F.M. Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working-Class Politics (Weid. & Nic., ). Hardback. Very good in chipped & soiled dustwrapper. Class and Nation in English Radical Politics, – (Cambridge, ), pp. Respectable Radical. George Howell and Victorian Working-class Politics (London, ), ch.
Buy this book on publisher's site; Personalised : John Belchem. For Howell see F. Leventhal, Respectable Radical: George Howell and Victorian Working Class Politics (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, ), p.
; for the intrinsically working-class character of respectability see Tholfsen, Working Class Radicalism, p. Google ScholarCited by: 4. The friend of many working class leaders in this period, including George Odger, George Howell and Robert Applegarth, he had been involved for some years in promoting an independent working class party, and would suffer much calumny for defending such causes.
8 On that day he was a great deal better known as a public figure than Karl Marx, who Author: Gregory Claeys. The International Workingmen's Association (IWA, –), often called the First International, was an international organization which aimed at uniting a variety of different left-wing socialist, communist and anarchist political groups and trade union organizations that were based on the working class and class was founded in in a workmen's meeting held in St Martin's Founders: George Odger, Henri Tolain, Edward Spencer.
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