British radicals and reformers 1789-1832. Edited by Wilfried Keutsch.
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Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Sources.
Radicalism -- Great Britain -- History -- Sources.
viii, 126 p. 19 cm.
Bibliography: p. 120-126.
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