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britians law-breaking group parliment
the house of parliment that is elected house of commons
the house of parliment that is not elected house of lords
a style of government in which the leaders of the country do not have total power and must follow certain rules limited government
areas of britian that lost population but kept representatiges in parliament rotten boroughs
what was used to describe the right to vote suffrage
term used to describe a sutuation in which all adults have the right to vote universal suffrage
this was not achieved in britian until the passage of the reform act of 1918 womans suffrage
a tax on imported goods. it is often used to protect domestic manufactures from foreign competition tarif
this law eliminated rotten boroughs in britain and extended suffrage to more men reform act of 1832
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