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The Charter - a Common Scene': The Anti-Chartist idea of the House of Commons in 1943 if suffrage was enlarged. Cap of Liberty is attached to Speaker's chair. 1843 cartoon by George Cruikshank. Chartism, a movement for social and political reform took its name from The People's Charter of 1838.

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The Charter - a Common Scene': The Anti-Chartist idea of the House of Commons in 1943 if suffrage was enlarged. Cap of Liberty is attached to  Speaker's chair. 1843 cartoon by George Cruikshank. Chartism, a movement for social and political reform took its name from The People's Charter of 1838.