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.
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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