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  • ISBN: 0006863426
  • Category: Politics and Government
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Fontana Press
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Politics Without Democracy, 1815-1914. Perception and Preoccupation in British Government (Blackwell Classic Histories of England). Published November 1, 1999 by Blackwell Publishing Limited. Moscow saved, Prussia liberated, Napoleon surrounded: the European war had reached its end-game by the beginning of 1814.

Bentley (1984) Politics without Democracy, 1815–1914: Perceptions and Preoccupation in British Government (London: Fontana). Curiously, in the latter’s study of Salisbury, one of the preeminent foreign secretaries of the period, foreign policy is dismissed as irrelevant, idem (2001) Lord Salisbury’s World: Conservative Environments in Late-Victorian Britain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), pp. 264–265. 4. J. Parry (2006) The Politics of Patriotism: English Liberalism, National Identity and Europe, 1830–1886 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

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book by Michael Bentley

book by Michael Bentley.

Politics without Democracy; Great Britain, 1815-1914: Perception and Preoccupation in British Government is Bentley's third published volume. The 1984 work examines the movement toward a more democratic political structure in England during the nineteenth century. The book is divided into two sections: the era prior to 1865, defined by the author as a period of "pressure from without"-a movement toward more democratic precepts that came from outside the actual institutions of power-and the era following 1865, grouped under the concept of "pressure from within.