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Essays on reform.
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London : Macmillan, 1867.
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viii, 336 pages ; 23 cm
I. The utilitarian argument against reform, as stated by Mr. Lowe. By G. C. Brodrick.--II. The political character of the working classes. By R. H. Hutton.--III. On the admission of the working classes as part of our social system; and on their recognition for all purposes as part of the nation. By Lord Houghton.--IV. The balance of classes. By A. V. Dicey.--V. On the choice of representatives by popular constituencies. By Leslie Stephen.--VI. Redistribution of seats. By J. B. Kinnear.--VII. The analysis of the House of Commons, or indirect representation. By Bernard Cracroft.--VIII. On the working of Australian institutions. By C. H. Pearson.--IX. The experience of the American commonwealth. By Goldwin Smith.--X. The historical aspect of democracy. By James Bryce.--XI. Opportunities and shortcomings of government in England. By A. O. Rutson.--XII. The House of Commons in 1833. By Sir George Young.--Appendix. Analytical table of the House of Commons.
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