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Home Browse Books Book details, Pressure from without in Early Victorian England. Pressure from without in Early Victorian England. Pressure from Without is a collection of original essays on the nature and functioning of certain nineteenth century pressure groups, of the crusading style, in the years between the two Reform Acts. Before 1832, such groups were thought to be illegitimate, as they disturbed the deliberative role of parliament, and unnecessary as they spoke for no recognizable corporate or community interest.
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Patricia Hollis (e., Pressure from Without in Early Victorian England. London: Edward Arnold, 1974. St John's College, University of Cambridge. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 09 February 2009.
Translated by Patricia Lipscomb January 1983 · American Journal of Sociology.
December 1976 · Canadian Journal of History. Translated by Patricia Lipscomb January 1983 · American Journal of Sociology.
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Howard Temperley, ‘Anti-Slavery’, in Patricia Hollis (e., Pressure from Without in Early Victorian England (1974) pp. 27–51Google Scholar. E. M. Hunt, ‘The North of England Agitation for the Abolition of the slave trade, 1780–1800’ (University of Manchester, MA thesis, 1959). 5. For the early period to 1807 see Anstey, Atlantic Slave Trade; for the period from then to emancipation see P. F. Dixon, ‘The Politics of Emancipation: the Movement for the Abolition of Slavery in the British West Indies, 1807–1833’ (Oxford, D. Phil.
Patricia Lesley Hollis, Baroness Hollis of Heigham, PC, DL (née Wells; 24 May 1941 – 13 October 2018) was a Labour member of the House of Lords of the United Kingdom. Hollis was educated at Plympton Grammar School, at Girton College, Cambridge (BA), the University of California and Columbia University, New York (both where she was Harkness Fellow from 1962 to 1964), and at Nuffield College, Oxford (MA, DPhil).
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Excerpt from book: Ill LORD MACAULAY. Macaulay, who counted his years of life by those of this century, may fairly claim to have had the greatest body of readers, and to be the most admired prose-writer of the Victorian Age. It is now some seventy years since his first brilliant essay on " Milton " took the world by storm
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Publisher: Edward Arnold; illustrated edition edition (December 1974)
Pages: 344 pages