The Nation, The Law and the King: Reform Politics in England, 1789-1799

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In The Nation, the Law, and the King, Reform Politics in England, author Jenny Graham argues that the English reform movement from 1789-1799 was motivated by a distinctively revolutionary ethos that was largely responsible for the extreme reaction of the governing classes. Graham fully explores the role of the middle class radicals to support her assertion that the revolution was pro-French for far longer than many other historians are prepared to admit. This study aims to correct the overall picture often painted by most historians regarding the temperament of the movement. Based upon a wealth of evidence, much heretofore ignored, this two-volume masterpiece is a treasure for European, British, French, and Colonial historians and students.

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