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Proceedings of the British Academy, Volume 100

Reform in Great Britain and Germany 1750–1850

edited by T C W Blanning & Peter Wende

Volume published 1999 To open a PDF file, click on ARTICLE

Author

Title

pages

 
T C W Blanning & Peter Wende Introduction 1-3 ARTICLE 
Eckhart Hellmuth Why does Corruption Matter? Reforms and Reform Movements in Britain and Germany in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century 5-23 ARTICLE 
L G Mitchell The Whigs, the People, and Reform 25-41 ARTICLE 
Diethelm Klippel Legal Reforms: Changing the Law in Germany in the Ancien Régime and in the Vormärz 43-59 ARTICLE 
Hagen Schulze The Prussian Reformers and their Impact on German History 61-77 ARTICLE 
Brendan Simms Reform in Britain and Prussia, 1797–1815: (Confessional) Fiscal-Military State and Military-Agrarian Complex 79-100 ARTICLE 
Paul Langford The English as Reformers: Foreign Visitors’ Impressions, 1750–1850 101-119 ARTICLE 
K Theodore Hoppen Riding a Tiger: Daniel O’Connell, Reform, and Popular Politics in Ireland, 1800–1847 121-143 ARTICLE 
Peter Wende 1848: Reform or Revolution in Germany and Great Britain 145-157 ARTICLE 
Derek Beales The Idea of Reform in British Politics, 1829–1850 159-174 ARTICLE 

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