This book is a study of the mass political movements that came of age in England between the Great Reform Act of 1832 and the outbreak of the Great War in 1914, and explores the evolving relationship between these political movements and their popular supporters in urban England. Although there was nothing exclusively ‘urban’ about many of these political movements, their epicentres were usually to be found in the burgeoning towns and cities of Victorian and Edwardian England, hence the focus in this book on the urban dimensions of political mobilization.
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