Liberal Anglican Politics: Whiggery, Religion, and Reform 1830-1841

Hardcover | December 1, 1984

byRichard Brent

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Richard Brent argues that the Whig party in the `decade of reform' was dominated by a new generation of politicians: `liberal Anglicans', who welcomed the inclusion of both Protestant and Catholic nonconformists in the political nation. `The argument is clearly presented and supported with materials froma wide range of sources... a coherent and impressive book made all the more convincing by a steady and sensible refusal to push the arguments beyond the bounds of evidence or common sense.' Theo Hoppen, Times LiterarySupplement

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Richard Brent argues that the Whig party in the `decade of reform' was dominated by a new generation of politicians: `liberal Anglicans', who welcomed the inclusion of both Protestant and Catholic nonconformists in the political nation. `The argument is clearly presented and supported with materials froma wide range of sources... a co...

Richard Brent is at St John's College, Cambridge.

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Format:HardcoverPublished:December 1, 1984Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198229429

ISBN - 13:9780198229421

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