First published in 1973. This title aims to use contemporary documents to illustrate the attitudes and relationships of working men towards each other and against other groups in society in the years 1815 to 1850. The material comes under three headings; the analysis of class in terms of economic and political theory; class relations in the years between the end of the French wars and the move into mid-Victorianism; and finally, the response to the more disturbing aspects of class by the appropriate vehicles of social control. This title will be of interest to students of history.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
part One|85 pages
Glass and conflict—the analysis
part Two|229 pages
Class and conflict—action
part Three|51 pages
Class and conflict—conciliation