The Politics of Electoral Pressure
A Study in the History of Victorian Reform Agitation.
This work studies the interactions of three phenomena of 19th-century British politics: the electoral system (developing under the impact of frequent electoral reform), key pressure groups including the Anti-Corn Law League, the Liberation Society, the National Education League, and the United Kingdom Alliance; and the impact on the governing Liberal Party.
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