Parliamentary reform since 1832: an interpretation

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Abstract

This book breaks new ground with a critical examination of the mainstays of the British reformist agenda--electoral reform, committee organization, devolution, the upper chamber, and the assertion of backbench independence.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe politics of parliamentary reform
EditorsDavid Judge
Place of PublicationNew York
Pages9-36
Number of pages27
Publication statusPublished - Aug 1984

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Keywords

  • political science
  • legislative branch
  • government reform
  • legislative bodies

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Judge, D. (1984). Parliamentary reform since 1832: an interpretation. In D. Judge (Ed.), The politics of parliamentary reform (pp. 9-36). New York.
Judge, David. / Parliamentary reform since 1832 : an interpretation. The politics of parliamentary reform. editor / David Judge. New York, 1984. pp. 9-36
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