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Chartist         
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Chartist (disambiguation)
·noun A supporter or partisan of chartism.
Chartism         
  • The meeting of the [[Birmingham Political Union]] on 16 May 1832, attended by 200,000.
  • Former [[Chartist Mural]] in Newport commemorating the uprising
IDEOLOGY
Chartist Party; Chartists; Chartist Movement; Chartist movement; Charterist; Chartist Day; Charter of 1838; People's Charter of 1838; The people's charter; The Chartists; Temperance Chartism; Chartist Uprising; Physical Force Chartists; Physical force Chartism; Moral Force Chartism; Physical Force Chartism
¦ noun a UK parliamentary reform movement of 1837-48, the principles of which were set out in a manifesto called The People's Charter.
Derivatives
Chartist noun & adjective
Chartism         
  • The meeting of the [[Birmingham Political Union]] on 16 May 1832, attended by 200,000.
  • Former [[Chartist Mural]] in Newport commemorating the uprising
IDEOLOGY
Chartist Party; Chartists; Chartist Movement; Chartist movement; Charterist; Chartist Day; Charter of 1838; People's Charter of 1838; The people's charter; The Chartists; Temperance Chartism; Chartist Uprising; Physical Force Chartists; Physical force Chartism; Moral Force Chartism; Physical Force Chartism
·noun The principles of a political party in England (1838-48), which contended for universal suffrage, the vote by ballot, annual parliaments, equal electoral districts, and other radical reforms, as set forth in a document called the People's Charter.

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Examples of use of Chartist
1. History is memory; we have to remember what it is like to be a Roman, or a Jacobite or a Chartist or even – if we dare, and we should dare – a Nazi.
2. We‘ve been walking for six hours and we still haven‘t visited some of the most important radical shrines – the Pankhurst Centre in Nelson Street, any of Engel‘s homes, the Griffin Inn in Great Ancoats Street where Chartist boozers boozed.
3. It was from here in 183' that a 5,000 strong Chartist rising, campaigning for suffrage and parliamentary reform, was suppressed by soldiers opening fire on a crowd of banner–carrying protesters.
4. Tristram Hunt Sunday September 24, 2006 The Observer ‘Our strength is in our union; our power is in our voice; and our success in our perseverance,‘ announced Chartist leader Fergus O‘Connor to a rally of 30,000 on Kersal Moor in 1838, just one of a series of protests that were turning Manchester into Britain‘s premier socialist city.
5. TOP MARX÷ Rod Liddle suggests that Karl Marx (victor of Radio 4s Best Philosopher poll) may not have been a philosopher at all (Comment, last week). My great–great grandfather, John Bedford Leno, a Chartist, printer and poet, met Marx several times.