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Table of contents:
1. Notes towards an introduction James Vernon; 2. 'Our real constitution': trial defence and radical memory in the age of revolution James Epstein; 3. The English people and their constitution after Waterloo: parliamentary reform, 1815-1817 Jonathan Fulcher; 4. Public opinion, violence and the limits of constitutional politics Dror Wahrman; 5. Making room at the public bar?: coroners' inquests, medical knowledge and the politics of the constitution in early nineteenth-century England Ian Burney; 6. Republicanism reappraised: anti-monarchism and the English radical tradition 1850-1872 Antony Taylor; 7. The constitution and the narrative structure of Victorian politics Patrick Joyce; 8. Narrating the constitution: the discourse of 'the real' and the fantasies of constitutional history James Vernon; Gender, class and the constitution: franchise reform in England, 1832-1928 Anna Clark.
Developing the insights of the new cultural history of politics, this book re-examines the debates over the meaning of the English constitution from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries, and establishes clearly its centrality to our understanding of English politics, history and national identity.
A re-examination of the debates over the meaning of the English constitution.
- Verlag: Cambridge University Press
- Seitenzahl: 280
- Erscheinungstermin: 1. November 2010
- Abmessung: 235mm x 157mm x 21mm
- Gewicht: 587g
- ISBN-13: 9780521464741
- ISBN-10: 0521464749
- Artikelnr.: 33869616