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London Corresponding Society

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  1. an 18th century society advocating parliamentary reform

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  2. a moderate-radical body concentrating on reform of the Parliament of Great Britain in the 1790s

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  3. The creators of the group were John Frost (1750-1842), an attorney, and Thomas Hardy, a shoemaker and metropolitan Radical

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  4. (LCS) was a corresponding society founded on January 25, 1792

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  5. The aim of the society was parliamentary reform, especially the expansion of the representation of working class people

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