Constituencies and Interests: An Afterword
Yoshida Shoten Publishing
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The essays in this volume each probe an aspect of the relationship between parliamentary constituencies and interest groups in the workings of the parliament at Westminster between the mid-sixteenth and mid-nineteenth centuries, during which period it went from being the representative assembly of England and Wales, to include Scotland after 1707 and Ireland after 1801, rendering it a truly ‘British’ parliament. [...]
This is the author accepted manuscript. The final version is available from Yoshida Shoten Publishing via the DOI in this record.
Book is in Japanese. This version of the chapter is in English
In: Members, Constituencies and Interests: Studies in the Parliamentary History of Early Modern and Modern Britain, edited by Y. Aoki, pp. 301 - 314
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