Corruption, Party, and Government in Britain

Corruption, Party, and Government in Britain, 1702-1713 offers an innovative and original reinterpretation of state formation in eighteenth-century Britain, reconceptualising it as a political and fundamentally partisan process. Aaron Graham joined UCL as a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow (2016-19) in September 2016. He received his DPhil from the University of Oxford in 2012, and was a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at Jesus College, Oxford between 2012 and 2015. His broad area of interest is the history of politics, finance, society and the state in the British Isles and Empire between 1660 and 1840.

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