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Radical Periodicals of Great Britain
PERIOD I: PROTEST LITERATURE OF THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
British Labourer's Protector and Factory Child's Friend (1832)
Carpenter's Monthly Political Magazine (1831-1832)
Chartist Circular (1839-1842)
Crisis, and National Co-operative Trades' Union Gazette (1832-1834)
Fleet Papers (1841-1844)
Free Enquirer (1825-1835)
London Phalanx (1841-1843)
McDouall's Chartist Journal and Trades' Advocate (1841)
National Reformer and Manx Weekly Review of
Home and Foreign Affairs (1846-1847)
New Moral World (1834-1845)
Politics for the People (1793-1795)
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