By Corinne Weston
First released in 1965, this paintings stories the home of Lords and a few of the proposals for its reform, abolition or challenge of its powers that have been made within the gentle o f winning theories of the character and features of the English government.
The paintings additionally features a background of the speculation of combined executive that arose in Tudor England and lasted until eventually good after the Reform Act of 1832. This history either illuminates the placement of the House of Lords and in addition offers standpoint for the research of Democracy within the circulation for parliamentary reform. One of the book's most unique positive aspects is an intensive account of Charles I's resolution to the Nineteen Propostions, out of which got here the startling new conception of the structure, often called "mixed monarchy".
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English Constitutional Theory and the House of Lords 1556-1832 (Routledge Revivals) by Corinne Weston