English Socialist Periodicals, 1880-1900: A Reference Source
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing | ISBN: 075465205X | edition 2005 | PDF | 439 pages | 1,26 mb
Deborah Mutch's thoroughly researched and ambitious reference source is the first to draw on all creative material and journalism directly addressing the theory of socialist politics from 1880 to 1900. The importance of the periodical in promoting and defining the British socialist movement was understood by propagandists, who took advantage of technological advancements in order to produce journals affordable at every level of society. The significance of the press to the socialist movement is evidenced in the prevalence of the journals, each of which was linked to a particular socialist group or individual. Arranged by genre, the chapters list the fiction, poetry, political articles and other politically relevant writings in the selected English socialist publications, including the contents of the child-orientated columns carried by some periodicals. The periodicals range from long-running and well-known journals such as the Social Democratic Federation's Justice and Robert Blatchford's Clarion, to shorter-lived papers like Ben Tillett's Labour Union Journal and Henry Hyde Champion's Fiery Cross. Mutch's reference source will be an invaluable resource for scholars in the disciplines of literature, history, the political sciences, and cultural and media studies.
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