The great Reform bill of 1832; liberal or conservative? Edited with an introd. by Gilbert A. Cahill.

Lexington, Mass., Heath [1969] .

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Subjects Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1800-1837.
Great Britain. Parliament -- Reform.
Series Problems in European civilization.
Description xviii, 94 p. 24 cm.
Notes Bibliography: p. 91-94.
Contents The Whig interpretation: The Whig triumph, by G. M. Trevelyan. Whigs were aided by the middle class, by G. L. Dickinson.--Causes of the Reform bill; some modern and some contemporary views: Reform not affected by the French Revolution, by N. Gash. The Catholic question, party fragmentation, and reform, by A. A. Aspinall. Reform, a means to an end, by the Westminster review. Reform, a political and social movement, by the Quarterly review. Reform and the social structure of three English cities, by A. Briggs. Reform and the role of interests, by Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine.--Some consequences of the Reform bill: The social composition of the Parliament of 1833, by S. F. Woolley. Social composition and interests in the Parliament of 1841-1847, by W. O. Aydelotte. The agricultural interest and Corn law repeal, by G. K. Clark.--A conservative revision: The other face of reform, a conservative view, by D. C. Moore.
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