The Black Book and the reform of public life in early nineteenth-century Britain

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Ian Cawood discusses the story of an exposé of establishment nepotism and venality 200 years ago, which reanimated the movement for parliamentary reform and contributed to the roots of Liberalism and to modern definitions of corruption and standards in public life.

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