Regency England

Author : Plowright, John



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  • administrators

    The early nineteenth century was marked by public disorder, governmental repression and correction. It was a period of revolution, reaction and reform. This pamphlet focuses on three key issues: * the factors which combined to produce the turmoil and uprisings of 1812-21 and the severity with which they were put down * the validity of the distinction between 'repressive' and 'liberal' phases of the administration * the ability of Lord Liverpool as Prime Minister.

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