Radicalism and Reform in Britain, 1780-1850

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A&C Black, 1 lug 1992 - 476 pagine
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This book brings together the articles of J.R. Dinwiddy to show both the coherence and importance of his contribution to British history in this period. His work covers the spectrum of political activity and thought from the Whigs to the Luddites and from Burke via Bentham to Marx.
 

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1 Charles James Fox and the People
1
2 Charles James Fox as Historian
19
3 Christopher Wyvill and Reform 17901820
31
Robert Waithman and the Revival of Radicalism in the City of London 17951818
63
5 Charles Hall Early English Socialist
87
6 Sir Francis Burdett and Burdettite Radicalism
109
7 The Early NineteenthCentury Campaign against Flogging in the Army
125
8 The Use of the Crowns Power of Deportation under the Aliens Act 17931826
149
13 James Mill on Burkes Doctrine of Prescription
253
A Rejoinder
265
15 Benthams Transition to Political Radicalism 180910
273
16 Bentham and the Early Nineteenth Century
291
17 Bentham on Private Ethics and the Principle of Utility
315
18 EarlyNineteenthCentury Reactions to Benthamism
339
19 Adjudication under Benthams Pannomion
363
20 Luddism and Politics in the Northern Counties
371

9 Conceptions of Revolution in the English Radicalism of the 1790s
169
10 Interpretations of AntiJacobinism
195
11 English Radicals and the French Revolution 18001850
207
A Reconsideration
229
21 Chartism
403
22 Bentham and Marx
421
Index
437
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