VICTORIAN PEOPLE, Reassessments of People, Institutions, Ideas and Events, 1851 - 1867,

By: Asa Briggs

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VICTORIAN PEOPLE, Reassessments of People, Institutions, Ideas and Events, 1851 - 1867, by Asa Briggs
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Odhams Press Ltd, Long Acre, London - first edition, 1954. hardcover, 5¾" x 8½", with dust jacket. 'Belbin' written on top edge. Jacket edges worn. GOOD book in GOOD price-clipped dust jacket. In this book Asa Briggs sets out to explore mid-Victorian England, from the Great Exhibition of 1851 through the Crimean War to the Second Reform Bill of 1867, by studying interesting personalities who both reflected and influenced the conditions of their time. Taken together they unfold a whole historical landscape. Among the institutions discussed are the House of Commons, the public schools, the trade unions, the army, and the growing civil service. Includes 15 b&w illustrations.

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