[Download] ➹ Angels in Marble By R.T. McKenzie – Thomashillier.co.uk What do you say to the elections in the factory districts Engels addressed the uestion to Marx in 1868 after the first general election following the enfranchisement of the urban working class by the What do you say to the elections in the factory districts Engels addressed the uestion to Marx in after the first Angels in eBook À general election following the enfranchisement of the urban working class by the Derby Disraeli government in Engels added IT cannot be denied that the increase of working class voters has brought the Tories than their simple percentage increase; it has improved their relative positiononce again the proletariat has discredited itself terribly Exactly one hundred years later at the local government elections of when the Tory Party completed its conuest of almost all the major urban areas of Britain The Times remarked It is significant that the working class a borough the greater the swingto the Tories has tended to beThe British electorate is the most highly urbanised and industrialised of any democracy; yet for most of the period between the two sets of elections referred to above the Tories have appeared to be the 'natural' governing party This is the phenomenon which the authors set out to examine using a combination of historical and sociological method They explain the nature of British Conservatism and for the first time review the mass of party leaflets and other polemical literature the Tories have addressed to the working class since They also analyse the attitude towards politics and society of contemporary working class voters on the basis of interviews from a four phase investigation conducted over a six year period he result is a most striking contribution to political sociology and to an understanding of modern British politics.
- 295 pages
- Angels in Marble
- R.T. McKenzie
- 22 January 2016 R.T. McKenzie