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Cragoe, Matthew

London Politics, 1760–1914

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Matthew Cragoe, Antony Taylor

2. Metropolitan ‘Radicalism’ and Electoral Independence, 1760–1820
Matthew McCormack

3. ‘Policing the Peelers’: Parliament, the Public, and the Metropolitan Police, 1829–33
David A. Campion

4. Metropolitan Whiggery, 1832–55
Ben Weinstein

5. Post-Chartism: Metropolitan Perspectives on the Chartist Movement in Decline 1848–80
Antony Taylor

6. Secularism in the City: Geographies of Dissidence and the Importance of Radical Culture in the Metropolis
David Nash

7. Transcending the Metropolis: London and Provincial Popular Radicalism, c. 1860–75
Detlev Mares

8. From ‘First Constituency of the Empire’ to ‘Citadel of Reaction’: Westminster, 1800–90
Marc Baer

9. Late Victorian and Edwardian ‘Slum Conservatism’: How Different were the Politics of the London Poor?
Marc Brodie

10. ‘In Darkest Lambeth’: Henry Morton Stanley and the Imperial Politics of London Unionism
Alex Windscheffel

11. London-over-the-border: Politics in Suburban Walthamstow, 1870–1914
Timothy Cooper

12. Conclusion
Matthew Cragoe, Antony Taylor

Keywords: History, History of Britain and Ireland, Political History, Modern History

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2005
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
263 pages
Category
History
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230522794
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-54243-7

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