Unformatted text preview: - Lord Grey was in favor of moderate reform- Convinced by two radical members of the Whig party to go with a more radical reform- MPs do not agree with this idea- 1831 bill fails- Grey asks the king to disband parliament. King obliges- Bill passes through the new House of Commons- House of Lords does not pass the bill and throws it out - Grey goes to the king again- Requests adding peers to the House of Lords- Creation of new peers was rarely used, especially not on this scale- Bill fails again- Nine days of May- Proposed alliance of middle class, working class, and land owning elite- Allow workers to vote?- June 1832- bill is passed- How much did the danger of revolution play in bringing the crisis to conclusion...
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- Spring '08
- History, Parliament of the United Kingdom, House of Lords