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Britain 1860’s- 1880’s
The Second Reform Bill of 1867 Admitted one million more eligible voters, many from the working class. Spearheaded by Benjamin Disraeli- conservative.
William Gladstone Liberal 1868-1874- P.M. of England. Ballot Act of 1872- secret ballots Education Act of 1870- made government responsible for elementary schools.
More literacy, more democracy, less discontent.
Disraeli- P.M. 1874-1880 Public Health Act- gov’t. responsible for sanitation. Artisan Dwelling Act- provided gov’t. housing for the working class.
Gladstone Appears Again and Again Attempts to solve the Irish problem of home rule, which is defeated numerous times. Charles Parnell- leader of Irish Land League.
Homework Complete AP Test Prep found on pages 758-759. For Wednesday, complete Ch.22 Outline and study for your exam.
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A. Industrial Revolution brought wealth & power to Great Britain Result : created economic & social inequality B. Ideas of “Liberalism” influence politics.
Democratic Reforms in Britain
How did Parliamentary Reform develop after 1832? Objective To understand the causes and consequences of the Second Reform Act To be able to describe how.
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Gladstone and the Home Rule. Gladstone, Parnell and Home Rule After the Kilmainham treaty, Parnell was determined to turn the home rule group in the.
Liberal Reform in Industrial Britain
The Irish Dilemma. Reasons Ireland might side with Britain’s enemies Anglo-Irish opposed independence.
Age of Disraeli and Gladstone Parties, Politics, and Policies,
Bellringer Study for 2 minutes!.
23.1. In 1815 Britain was ruled by a constitutional monarchy with a parliament and two political parties. Fewer than 5% had the right to vote, the.
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British Government Great Britain Ireland Scotland Wales England.
Democratic Reform in Britain
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Kagan Ch Benjamin Disraeli William Gladstone.
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