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The Victorian revolution: government and society in Victoria's Britain. Edited and with an introd. by Peter Stansky.


New York, New Viewpoints, 1973.
ISBN 0531064824

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Subjects Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1837-1901.
Great Britain -- Social policy.
Description xiii, 419 p. illus. 22 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 417-419.
Contents MacDonagh, O. The nineteenth-century revolution in government: a reappraisal.--Parris, H. The nineteenth century revolution in government: a reappraisal reappraised.--Clark, G. K. Statesmen in disguise: reflexions on the history of the neutrality of the Civil Service.--Aydelotte, W. O. Parties and issues in early Victorian England.--Moore, D. C. The corn laws and high farming.--Roberts, D. Tory paternalism and social reform in early Victorian England.--Tholfsen, T. R. The transition to democracy in Victorian England.--Johnson, R. Educational policy and social control in early Victorian England.--Stansky, P. Lyttelton and Thring: a study in nineteenth-century education.--McGill, B. Francis Schnadhorst and Liberal Party organization.--Cornford, J. The transformation of conservatism in the late nineteenth century.--Roach, J. Liberalism and the Victorian intelligentsia.
Geographic Area Great Britain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00589982
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