Reform!: The Fight for the 1832 Reform Act
Jonathan Cape, 2003 - 343 pagina's
A vivid account of the events surrounding the Reform Act of 1832 - the most important in the last 300 years of British parliamentary history. The new Whig government staggered everyone with a reform bill designed to wipe out rotten boroughs and enfranchise industrial towns.
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