In 1845 Frederick Engels wrote that 'Manchester is the seat of the
most powerful unions, the central point of Chartism, the place
which numbers the most Socialists'. There have been many local
studies of the Chartist struggle for democratic political reform,
but there is no major study of the movement in the
Manchester-Salford conurbation, its most important provincial
centre. This book brings an innovative approach to an exploration
of aspects of the Chartist experience in the 'shock city' of the
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