2 edition of genesis of parliamentary reform found in the catalog.
genesis of parliamentary reform
Veitch, George Stead.
|Statement||by George Stead Veitch ... with an introduction by Ramsay Muir.|
|LC Classifications||DA480 .V5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 397,  p.|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||13009486|
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a sketch of the various proposals for a constitutional reform in the representation of the people, introduced into the parliament of great britain, from to As I was writing the bulk of the book, Parliament was debating Michael Chong’s Reform Act, which so many pundits declared to be the saviour of our democratic system without necessarily understanding that it had the potential to be the opposite – a solution in search of.
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