The Workman And The Franchise; Chapters From English History On The Representation And Education Of The People by Frederick Denison MauriceThe Workman And The Franchise; Chapters From English History On The Representation And Education Of The People by Frederick Denison Maurice

The Workman And The Franchise; Chapters From English History On The Representation And Education Of…

byFrederick Denison Maurice

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1866 edition. Excerpt: ... INDEX. Alpeed, King, the typical Saxon, and how, 24. Anne, Queen, 143. Arkwriglit and Watt, their influence on Reform, 155. Armies, organic force of, 175. Associations, co-operative, their bearing and influence, 215, 210. Bacon, Lord, his submission to James I., 104; consequent impoverishment of lite-rature, 105; Bacon's merit in striking out a new path, 105. Baines', Mr., bill and its supporters, 217; not best means of maintaining continuity of legislation, 218. Barons, the, prove checks on royal power, 51. Baxter's, Richard, moderation confounds parliamentary soldiers, 118. Bent ham and l/is disciples, 192; his vast influence here and in France, 193; two sides of his teaching, 192; his notion of government as a system of checks, 193; romantic ideas dissipated by him, 192. Bolingbroke's, Lord, famous letter, 146. Britons, the early, agricultural, 19. Burdett, Sir Francis, his work, 190. Burgher class, the, its beneficial influence on legislation, 198. Burke, what his intercourse with Johnson proves, 149; his great mistake, the coali-tion ministry, 150; his Whiggism, what it bound him to, 161; his error as to the French Revolution, 163; his stern demands, 164. Chables I., 108; state of his court, 110; its two enemies, 111; sorrow of Commons at his duplicity, 114; his advisers, 138. Charles II., his advisers, 138. Chartists, difference between French Revo-lution of 1848 and first one not perceived by the, 200; their impotence in face of organization, 200; the dilemma of their friends, 204, 205. Chaucer a citizen, his poetry unites Com-mons with Court, 58; Canterbury Tales assert dignity of common speech, 59; his parson a contrast to the friars, 67. Christianity the basis of human rights, 13, 238. Citizens, the, put forth their claims,...
Title:The Workman And The Franchise; Chapters From English History On The Representation And Education Of…Format:PaperbackDimensions:108 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.22 inPublished:May 20, 2014Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217922945

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