Moralist In and Out of Parliament : John Stuart Mill at Westminster, 1865-1868.


KINZER, Bruce, Ann P. ROBSON, and John M. ROBSON. A Moralist In and Out of Parliament : John Stuart Mill at Westminster, 1865-1868. Toronto : University of Toronto Press, (1992). Pp [i]-viii,[1]-317,(3). Illustrated. Map. Index. 8vo, grey cloth, gilt lettering to spine. “When in 1865 John Stuart Mill was elected in the blue-ribbon liberal constituency of Westminster, therewas great interest in ?seeing how a man of intellect would stand the pract ical political test. Mill increased? his eminence - and notoriety - by promoting women s suffrage, proportional ?and working-class representation, Irish land reform, racial justice, and the radicalization generally of the Liberal Party. His parliamentary role was enhanced by ?the pivotal nature of this parliament, which saw the growing polarization of politics between the new Liberal party and the Conservatives, following the death of ?Lord Palmerston. In 1868 he was defeated in controversial circumstances, and re?turned to private life.” - from the dj. Contents : 1. Contexts. 2. The Election of 1865. 3. Parliamentary Reform and the Radicalization of the Liberal Party. 4. Women's Suffrage. 5. Ireland. 6. Jamaica. 7. The Election of 1868. 9.Judgments. Appendix A : Polling by District in Westminster, 1865. Appendix B : The Westminster Steeplechase, 1868. Very good in dustjacket. 60.00

Title: Moralist In and Out of Parliament : John Stuart Mill at Westminster, 1865-1868.

Author Name: KINZER, Bruce, Ann P. ROBSON, and John M. ROBSON. MILL, John Stuart

Categories: 41,

Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Toronto, 1992, ISBN:080205949X:

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Keywords: PHILOSOPHY IRELAND BRITISH ENGLISH GOVERNMENT IRISH HISTORY WOMEN HISTORY POLITICAL PHILOSOPHERS POLITICS,