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- Was Chartism primarily a political, social or economic movement?
- Did the role of working-class women in Chartism challenge or reinforce the dominant gender ideologies?
- Is ‘language’ or ‘class’ more important in understanding the Chartists?
- Was Chartism primarily a local or a national movement?
- Why did Chartism ultimately fail to meet its objectives?
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