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Week Eight Outline History 431 Terms: William Gladstone, Reform Act of 1867, Benjamin Disraeli, Kaiser-i-Hind, Midlothian campaign, Charles Parnell, Phoenix Park; William Morris, Fabians, Annie Besant, Dockworkers strike, Lib-labs, Keir Hardie William Ewart Gladstone From wealthy Scottish Evangelical Anglican family, educated at Eton and Oxford Started out as a conservative Tory, opposed to reform Follows Peel out of the Tory Party Comes to support broader suffrage Impressed by moral convictions of weavers The “People’s William” -- successful national campaigner Head of new alliance in Liberal Party (some Whigs, Radicals and Peelites), with support from newspapers, non-conformists, and trades unions Tories become Conservatives, made up of anti-Peelites, aristocratic Whigs, Church of England supporters Benjamin Disraeli Born into a Jewish family but becomes Anglican Skillful at flattering women, including Queen Victoria Early fan of Robert Peel, but splits with him over the Corn Law repeal Reform Act of 1867 Little in the way of popular protests, a time of economic security Initiated by Liberal government under Russell and Gladstone Picked up by Disraeli – sees it as a way for Tories to come back to power Rivalry with Gladstone leads to an expansion of the bill
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  • Spring '14
  • ANDREWSJAMEST
  • History, Victoria of the United Kingdom, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Labour Party, Chancellor of the Exchequer, William Ewart Gladstone, home rule

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