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with a parliament and two political parties. Even with this governmental system it was still far from a democracy of what we know today

Constitutional Monarchy

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Dominated politics and heavily

Wealthy nobles and squires, or country landowners

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Made up a hereditary nobles

House of Lords

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high ranking clergy could vote any bill passed by the

House of Commons

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Kept many people from voting

Long-standing laws

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Could not vote or serve in Parliament

Catholics and non Anglican Protestants

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in 1820 reformers pushed to end

Religious restrictions

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and still had them send members to Parliament.

Rotten Boroughs

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Had no seats in the Parliament because they had not exists as population centers earlier in time

Manchester and Birmingham

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Represented the middle class and business interests

The Whig Party

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Spoke for nobles, landowners, and others whose interest and income came from agriculture

The Tory Party

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Distributed seats in the House of Commons, giving representation to large towns and cities and eliminating rotten boroughs

The Great Reform Act in 1832

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Is the body of people allowed to vote by granting suffrage to more men

Electorate

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which would allow people to cast their votes without announcing them publicly.

Secret Ballot

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Drew up the people's charter

Carhartist

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From 1837 to 1981 the great symbol in British life. Her reign was the longest in British History even though she had little real political power, she set the tone for the age. She embodied the values of her age of duty, thrift, honesty, and hard work, and above all she respectably with a strict code of morals and manners

Queen Victoria

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forged the Tories into the modern Conservative Party.

Benjamin Disraeli

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The Whigs were being led by ________-which evolved into the liberal party

William Gladstone

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Disraeli and The Conservative Party pushed this reform. Gave the vote to many working class men (this new law almost doubled the size of the electorate)

Reform Bill of 1867

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Allowed most men the right to vote and the right to a secret ballot

Extended Suffrage

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A form of government in which the executive leaders (usually the prime minister and the cabinet) are chosen by and responsible to the legislature (parliament)

Parliamentary Democracy

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Britian transformed from a constitutional monarchy to a

Parliamentary Democracy

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Parliamentary Democracy=

Executive and Legislative Branches of Government

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Trade between other countries without quotas, tariffs, or other restriction

Free trade

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usually the middle- class business leaders agree with Adam Smith that the policies pf laissez faire would increase prosperity for all.

Free Trades

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Imposed high tariffs on imported gain. Framers and wealthy landowners supported this because they kept the price of British grain high

Corn Laws

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or cancel the Corn Laws.

Repeal

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__________wanted to cancel the Corn Laws

Free Trades

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meaning the campaign against slavery and slave trade, slowly took off.

Abolition Movement

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In 1807 they became the first European to abolish slavery

Britain