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. Tambov: Gramota, 2018. № 3. P. 29-32. ISSN 1997-292X.
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https://doi.org/10.30853/manuscript.2018-3.5

FRANCIS ROBERT BONHAM AND CHANGES IN THE TORIES’ ELECTORAL SYSTEM IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 1830S

Klochkov Viktor Viktorovich
Don State Technical University; Southern Federal University


Submitted: 19.01.2018.
Abstract. The article examines the peculiarities of the Tories’ electoral system and the changes it underwent in the period of Lord Grey’s and Viscount Melbourne’s premiership. The author analyzes the contribution of Francis Robert Bonham, the leading Tory "party manager", into the process of transforming the party’s organizational structure in the mentioned period. The paper focuses on the peculiarities of the biography and political career of F. R. Bonham as a typical representative of "background personages" in history. Political biography is used as historical background when studying the history of the Tory Party in the first half of the 1830s.
Key words and phrases: политическая биография, партийно-политическая система Великобритании в 30-е гг. XIX в, электоральная организация партии тори-консерваторов, Френсис Роберт Бонэм, Карлтон Клуб, "разумный консерватизм" сэра Роберта Пиля, "человек второго плана в истории", political biography, party political system of Great Britain in the 1830s, Tories’ electoral system, Francis Robert Bonham, Carlton Club, "reasonable conservatism" of Sir Robert Peel, "background personage" in history.
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