The Luddites

Preface • PrologueThe advance of machineryThe predicament of the manufacturersThe situation of the textile workersThe organisation of the frame-breakersThe management of the disturbances by the authoritiesEpilogue • Bibliography


Works Cited

  • Baines, E. History Of The Cotton Manufacture In Great Britain. Routledge, 1966.
  • Briggs, A. Iron Bridge To Crystal Palace. Impact And Images Of The Industrial Revolution. Thames and Hudson, 1979.
  • Emsley, C. British Society And The French Wars 1793-1815. Macmillan, 1979.
  • Lipson, E. A Short History Of Wool And Its Manufacture. Harvard University Press, 1953.
  • Marchand, L. A. Byron. A Biography. Vol. 1, Random House, 1957.
  • Marchand, L. A., editor. Famous In My Time. Byron’s Letters And Journals. John Murray, 1973.
  • Reid, R. Land Of Lost Content. The Luddite Revolt 1812. Sphere Books, 1986.

Additional Bibliography

  • Baines, E. The Social, Educational, And Religious State Of The Manufacturing Districts. Augustus M. Kelley, 1969.
  • Brontë, C. Shirley. Wordsworth Classics, 1993.
  • Christie, I. R. Wars And Revolutions. Edward Arnold, 1982.
  • Philp, M., editor. The French Revolution And British Popular Politics. Cambridge University Press, 1991.
  • Thomis, M. I. and P. Holt. Threats Of Revolution in Britain 1789-1848. Macmillan, 1977.
  • Trevelyan, G. M. History Of England. Longmans, 1960.

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