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Author: Henry Pelling
ISBN: 0751202789
Pages: 488 pages
Publisher: Gregg Revivals; New edition edition (March 24, 1994)
Language: English
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e-Book Social Geography of British Elections, 1885-1910 (Modern Revivals in History S.) epub download

by Henry Pelling



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The general election resulted in a hung parliament, with the Conservative Party led by Arthur Balfour and their Liberal Unionist allies receiving the . Pelling, Henry (1967), Social Geography of British Elections 1885–1910.

Asquith formed a government with the support of the Irish Parliamentary Party, led by John Redmond. Another general election was soon held in December. Sykes, Alan (1979), Tariff Reform in British Politics: 1903–1913, Oxford University Press.

It was also the last United Kingdom national election in which a party other than Labour or the Conservatives won the most seats until the 2014 .

It was also the last United Kingdom national election in which a party other than Labour or the Conservatives won the most seats until the 2014 European Parliament elections. United Kingdom election results-summary results 1885–1979. December 1910 Conservative manifesto.

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Автор: Henry Pelling Название: Social Geography of British Elections 1885–1910 Издательство: Springer .

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A Social Geography of British Elections, 1885–1910. London: Macmillan, 1967. Pp. 455. 70s. Janet Howarth (a1). Girton CollegeCambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 11 February 2009. Export citation Request permission.

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A survey of all the regions in Britain which considers how far politics in the period 1885-1910 can be analyzed in terms of religion, class, geographical area and other factors. The passing of the Third Reform Act meant that elections were less corrupt and that most adult males could vote.