1832 reform billの例文
- Chartism emerged after the 1832 Reform Bill failed to give the vote to the working class.
- He points out that the debates on the 1832 Reform Bill showed that reformers would indeed receive a hearing at parliamentary level with a good chance of success.
- A triadic vision, one in which a middle class was thought to play a particularly enticing role, is found in Lord John Russell's argument for the 1832 Reform Bill; he felt that enfranchising part of the middle classes would enable them to " bind firmly and kindly the different classes of society together ."
- It was from this heady mix of working class trade unionism, co-operativism, and political radicalism in the disappointed wake of the 1832 Reform Bill and the 1834 New Poor Law, that a number of prominent Owenite leaders such as William Lovett, John Cleave and Henry Hetherington helped form the "'London Working Men's Association "'in 1836.