Influence, Opinion and Political Idioms in Reformed England
Case Studies from the North East 1832-1874.
A significant and influential study of how the Victorian system of popular political democracy actually worked. It examines the precise nature in town and country, and in a variety of situations. It deals with the impact, and in what proportions of ‘influence’, the purse, and the exercise of the individual political conscience.
This work clarifies much, alongside the legislative framework of the system, and analyses the underlying conceptions of politics which guided actions. It also offers a substantive account of economy and society in the North-East – the first area of industrialisation - as the context for political analysis and description.
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