WCV102-02 Spring 2008 Response Paper Victorian London

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WCV102-02 Western Civilization II Professor Moser Spring 2008 Response Paper Victorian London: Tale of a City, 1840-1870 Liza Picard’s Victorian London is filled with details about the people as well as the social, political, and economic activities of London in the mid-nineteenth century. Both the British government and local London officials made many attempts to improve the quality of life of the people. While some of these attempts were successful—many were not. Which programs or policies would you argue were the most successful? Which did the most harm? Please explain. What would you determine to be the single greatest problem that beset Londoners of the mid- nineteenth century? Why? Finally, what would you consider to be the most redeeming quality about the city of London in the mid-nineteenth century? Please explain. - - - - - - - This is a formal writing assignment of 2 to 3 pages in which you will be graded primarily on content—but remember that grammar and mechanics are important as well. Be sure to address
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course WCV 102 taught by Professor Moser during the Spring '08 term at UNC Greensboro.

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