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Parliamentary reform, c1770-1918

Author: Eric J Evans
Publisher: London ; New York : Longman, 2000.
Series: Seminar studies in history.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This new Seminar Study follows the history of parliamentary reform from its modern origins during the period of the Enlightenment to the end of the First World War when women received parliamentary votes for the first time. The book's long time scale encourages readers to consider both short and long-term causes and consequences. It also enables them to make comparisons and contrasts between the different Reform  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eric J Evans
ISBN: 0582294673 9780582294677
OCLC Number: 41086617
Description: iv, 154 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Origins. 1. Parliamentary Reform and the Historians. 2. Parliamentary Reform Agitation Before 1832 --
pt. 2. The 'Great' Reform Act of 1832. 3. Causes: External Pressure or Internal Collapse? 4. Consequences: Change or Continuity? --
pt. 3. Redefining the 'Privileged Pale of the Constitution'. 5. No 'Final Solution', 1832-65. 6. Towards Reform, 1865-68: The Causes of the 'Leap in the Dark'. 7. Consequences: The Leap and Its Aftermath, 1867-80. 8. Corruption, Reform and Redistribution, 1883-85 --
pt. 4. Votes for Women --
and Many More Men. 9. The Women's Suffrage Campaign, 1867-1914. 10. Towards Democracy, 1910-18 --
pt. 5. Conclusion and Assessment --
pt. 6. Documents --
App. I. Parliamentary Reform Legislation, 1832-1928.
Series Title: Seminar studies in history.
Responsibility: Eric J. Evans.
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