Richard Brent argues that the Whig party in the 'decade of reform' was dominated by a new generation of politicians: 'liberal Anglicans', who welcomed the inclusion of both Protestant and Catholic nonconformists in the political nation. 'The argument is clearly presented and supported with materials froma wide range of sources...a coherent and impressive book made all the more convincing by a steady and sensible refusal to push the arguments beyond the bounds of evidence or common sense.' Theo Hoppen, Times Literary Supplement
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