Political Reforms -Synoptic Question 

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  • Political Reforms -Synoptic Question
    • Split into 4 Periods
      • 1832-1867
        • Reform bills
      • 1816-1832
        • Political opportunism
          • Whigs only introduced reform as the country wanted it and they wanted to be in office
            • 1829-Catholic Emancipation split the Conservative Party.
              • Great Reform Act 1832
      • 1868-1884
        • violence created fear of public revolution
          • Gladstone passed the Coercion Act that gave police more powers.
      • 1780-1815
        • French Revolution + Tom Paine
    • 2 points for each section
      • Evaluate them against each other
    • External Factors
      • French Revolution
        • Chartists 1848- could argue to do with French Revolution
    • 1872 Ballot Act removed corruption
    • Corrupt and Illegal Practices Act passed 1883
  • 1780-1815
    • French Revolution + Tom Paine
  • Anti-Corn Law League
    • External Factors
      • French Revolution
        • Chartists 1848- could argue to do with French Revolution
  • No Reforms-  adopted repressive policies
    • Political Reforms -Synoptic Question
      • Split into 4 Periods
        • 1832-1867
          • Reform bills
        • 1816-1832
          • Political opportunism
            • Whigs only introduced reform as the country wanted it and they wanted to be in office
              • 1829-Catholic Emancipation split the Conservative Party.
                • Great Reform Act 1832
        • 1868-1884
          • violence created fear of public revolution
            • Gladstone passed the Coercion Act that gave police more powers.
      • 2 points for each section
        • Evaluate them against each other
      • 1872 Ballot Act removed corruption
      • Corrupt and Illegal Practices Act passed 1883
    • French Revolution 1879 + 1848
  • 1848 also year of Chartist Violence
    • French Revolution 1879 + 1848
  • 1846 Corn Laws repealed
    • 1847 Reform Act
    • 1885 Redistribution Seats Act passed
      • Franchise Act became law 1884

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