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The Great Reform Act 1832

When was the beginning of the acceptance for parliamentary change? As the French Revolution + Nepeolic wars were becoming a distant memory in the 1820s.
What were issues that needed addressing? The unequal distribution of seats, the extension of the franchise and 'rotten boroughs'.
What was a reason for extending the franchise? The middle class were boosting the economy with their textile industries etc. Allowing these guys to vote would be good to exploit them.
What did the 1832 Reform Act do? defranchised 56 boroughs in England and Wales and reduced another 31 to only one MP 67 new constituencies extended property qualification to shoekeepers etc. Give vote to those that paid £10 rent a year
Created by: supercars