Public Life And The Propertied Englishman, 1689-1798
This book offers a major reassessment of the place of the propertied class in eighteenth-century England. The common view of politics in this period is one of aristocratic dominance coexisting with plebeian vitality. Langford explores the terrain which lay between the high ground of elite rule and the low ground of popular politics, and shows that the Georgians were more a...more
Hardcover, 632 pages
Published July 18th 1991 by Oxford University Press
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