There is much that is wholly sound and good in Chartism; but it is unrelieved and unbalanced.
We shall have to try it by Chartism, or any conceivable ism, rather than put-up with this!
Commerce and credit are reviving; Chartism is dormant, and Ireland is less troublesome.
Much remained to be done, which has been done since, but Chartism was to have no hand in the doing of it.
Chartism is of an essentially social nature, a class movement.
But the book is written in derision of Chartism and Liberal politics.
The whole country was agitated with the premonitory risings of Chartism.
It banished all his Chartism and democracy and liberalism, and the rest of it.
He reviewed the great progress of Chartism, abused the Whigs, and browbeat the press.
Chartism is the compact form of their opposition to the bourgeoisie.
1839 in English political history, in reference to the reform party active 1836-48, from "The People's Charter," which contained their principles. Related: Chartist (1838).