The extended plan of the series is designed in response to the changing trends in history examinations at 18 plus which can now demand the study of documentary sources and the testing of historical skills.
Each volume, similar in format to the earlier books in the series, concentrates on a particular topic within a narrower time span. A general introduction to the period in question is followed by eight sections, each dealing with a major theme. Each section consists of an introduction, a series of documents to illustrate the theme (drawn mainly from primary sources) and sets of questions following groups of documents. The student is thus introduced to a wider range of sources than that to be found in the standard textbook.
Preface Acknowledgements Chartism - An Introduction PART 1: DIMENSIONS OF CHANGE - A SCENARIO FOR CHARTISM PART 2: THE INITIAL SURGE 1836-39 PART 3: CHARTISM AS REVOLUTION: THE NEWPORT RISING AND AGITATION IN THE NORTH PART 4: LEADERS AND BELIEFS: MORAL AND PHYSICAL FORCE PART 5: THE PLUG PLOT, 1842 PART 6: ATTITUDE, ALLIANCE AND ACRIMONY? CHARTISM AND THE MIDDLE CLASS PART 7: THE CHARTIST LAND PLAN PART 8: 1848 - REVIVAL AND DECLINE?
Series: Documents and Debates
Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 148
Published: 8th November 1984
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 13.8
Weight (kg): 0.2
Edition Number: 1