Re-reading the Constitution: New Narratives in the Political History of England's Long Nineteenth Century

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Developing the insights of the new cultural history of politics, this book reexamines the debates over the meaning of the English constitution from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries, and establishes clearly its centrality to our understanding of English politics, history and national identity. With contributions from some of the most innovative historians in the field, a challenging rereading is provided not only of nineteenth-century politics, but of the current state of English political and cultural history.

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Developing the insights of the new cultural history of politics, this book re-examines the debates over the meaning of the English constitution from the late eighteenth to the early twentieth centuries. It establishes clearly its centrality to our understanding of English politics, history and national identity.

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"Re-reading the Constitutions is a vlauable book, one that advances our understanding of English political culture in the nineteenth century." Bruce L. Kinzer, Canadian Journal of History

"...these essays are fresh, forceful, and well-informed. They contribute to a much-needed rethinking of the nature of the English constitution and nineteenth-century English politics." Martin J. Wiener, Albion

"James Vernon's Re-reading the Constitution: New Narratives in the Political History of England's Long Nineteenth Century is a useful study that reminds us that the monarchy was a part of a wider conception of government." David Nash, Nineteenth Century Studies

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