2 edition of Social geography of British elections, 1885-1910 found in the catalog.
Social geography of British elections, 1885-1910
|Statement||Henry Pelling. --|
|LC Classifications||JN955 .P4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||455|
|LC Control Number||67025980|
Liberal Party in terms of the cultural and social change wrought by the First World War The 'rampant omnibus of war' which exposed that 9 Henry Pelling, Social Geography of British Elections (), pp. 10 Paul Thompson, Socialist, Liberals and Labour: The Struggle for London Henry Pelling, Social Geography of British Elections, – () 89–90, , David L. Wykes, "Introduction: Parliament and Dissent from the Restoration to the Twentieth Century", Parliamentary History () 24#1 pp. 1–
In response to the Government's radical social poli cies, its assault on the House of Lords and the Union with Ireland, these conserva known as an author for his book Conservatism which appeared near the end of that Social Geography of . Social Geography of British Elections, , Henry Pelling Reviewed by Richard W. Lyman. pp. The Blast of War, , Harold Macmillan Reviewed by Philip P. Poirier. pp. The Working-Class Tories, Eric A. Nordlinger Reviewed by Leon D. .
A survey of all the regions in Britain which considers how far politics in the period can be analyzed in terms of religion, class, geographical area and other factors. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: Evils and remedies of the present system of popular elections with a sketch of the qualifications and duties of representatives and constituents: to which is added, an address on the proposed reforms in .
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United Kingdom election results—summary. Pelling in his Social Geography of British Elections – describes most of the people in this county as "engaged in or dependent upon agriculture".
The constituency was a safe Conservative one and was rarely contested in the period covered by the book. Finch MP had personally owned almost one tenth of the county he : Rutland. Social Geography of British Elections – provide a great deal of insight into the social structure of a community.
This book is an attempt to establish the pattern for Britain as revealed in the general elections for Parliament in the period towhen the electoral constituencies were of a constant shape, and when, for.
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Introduction Political parties seldom finish an election campaign – or, when polling is staggered over several days, the actual election – exactly as popular as they were when they started it.
Whether the norm is a bandwagon effect when the early leader. British Parliamentary Election Resultscompiled and edited by F.W.S.
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