- Why was the Reform Act of 1867 so much more radical than the original bill proposed by Disraeli in 1866 and rejected by the majority of his Party?
- The initial proposal in 1866
- The passage of the Bill through Parliament 1867
- Radical amendments
- Overall assessment of Disraeli
- Arguments in favor of the assertion that it was a ‘leap in the dark’
- Arguments against the assertion
- Was the Act that radical?
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