The Chartist Legacy in the British World: Evidence from New Zealand's Southern Settlements, 1840s−1870s

@article{Griffiths2014TheCL,
  title={The Chartist Legacy in the British World: Evidence from New Zealand's Southern Settlements, 1840s−1870s},
  author={J. Griffiths and V. Evans},
  journal={History},
  year={2014},
  volume={99},
  pages={797-818}
}
Was there a Chartist legacy in British-world settler societies such as New Zealand? An older historiography relating to the mid-nineteenth century colony downplayed ideology and Chartism was given only the briefest of considerations. A closer scrutiny of early settler newspapers published in the first two decades of settlement, however, facilitated by recent digitalization, allows the historian to assess more accurately how far the British movement reproduced its discourse in the overseas… Expand
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