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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Reid, Loren Dudley, 1905-
Charles James Fox: a man for the people.
[Columbia] University of Missouri Press 
|Named Person:||Charles James Fox; Charles James Fox|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Loren Dudley Reid
|Description:||xiv, 475 p. illus. 23 cm.|
|Contents:||Part 1: Thrice in, thrice out. Genesis of a speaker ; Eton, Oxford, The grand tour ; The phenomenon of the age ; In and out of government. Part 2: The loyal opposition. Fox discovers America ; Fox in opposition ; A speech without a reply ; Fox and North: Conflict ; Fox goes to the people ; The opposition triumphs ; The first foreign secretary ; Road to coalition ; Mr secretary Fox ; The India bill ; The Westminster election ; Mr Pitt and Mr Fox ; Fox, The Prince, and Mrs Fitzherbert ; The king's illness. Part 3: Man of the people. Genesis of a new whig ; Defender of political liberty ; War with France ; For freedom of speech ; Great whig ; Speaker for the people. Part 4: Long road back. Secession;St Anne's Hill ; Quest for peace ; Pitt resigns;secession continues ; Road to war ; Fox and Pitt in opposition ; Pitt does, Fox takes office ; Death of Fox.|
|Responsibility:||[by] Loren Reid.|