What was chartists?
Chartists were 19th Century English Reformers who wanted better social and economic conditions for working people. Answer: Those who pushed Parliament to accept the People's Charter.
The protest movement can be split into two distinct groups, the Moral Force chartists and the Physical Force chartists. These groups attempted to force reform in distinctively different ways. The Moral Force chartists intended peaceful protest, the Physical force chartists, as the name suggests, intended to force change through use of physical force and violence. Moral Force chartists- protested peacefully Physical Force chartists- protested violently
Chartists were people who supported the 1838 'People's Charter'. The Charter called for Universal Male Suffrage, Parliamentary voting by Secret Ballot, Salaried Members of Parliament (so that a political career was open to men with no private income) - and a host of other ideas, most of which we now take for granted. The political reforms of the later Nineteenth Century nearly all originated in Chartism.
Basic reasons for the failure of Chartism The main problem was how to achieve a revolutionary goal by constitutional means. It failed to obtain parliamentary support for the Charter. The middle-classes either ignored, shunned or condemned Chartism. Chartists were divided among themselves. Government handled the movement firmly and calmly. Chartist demands were too drastic. There was too much diversity in the intellectual and ideological aims of Chartism. Other movements offering more immediate and tangible benefits…
well i am not sure if they have much in common i know that they were both protest groups in the 20th century and both tried to gain a certain right, but other than that there is not many.. although there are many differences present such as suffragists are non violent protestors and chartists are violent, the suffragists were aiming to gain women the vote and chartists were trying to gain rights for poor people(i…
The Six Points of the Charter, the six specific reforms demanded by the Chartists led by William Lovett in 1838, were universal male suffrage, the abolition of the payment of salaries to members of the House of Commons, the secret ballot, annual election of the House of Commons, the abolition of property qualifications for the House of Commons, and equal electoral districts.
Not really they only achieve one of the 6 demands (and that was in 10 years!), they were: 1. A vote for every man 21 years of age, of sound mind, and not undergoing punishment for crime. 2. Secret ballots. 3. No property qualification for Members of Parliament. 4. Payment of MPs. 5. Equal size constituencies. 6. Annual parliaments.
Popular young Queen and Consort with their children - probably saved this country from the revolutionary violence that was going on elsewhere in Europe. A big drive for industrial expansion, helped by the railways. The triumph of mass production - more and better affordable goods. Trade Unions trying to start up (the Chartists) but not yet a powerful body. Great spread of literacy, with hundreds of newspapers and magazines.
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