Restoration Political Theory and the Debate over the Law of the Double Vote

  title={Restoration Political Theory and the Debate over the Law of the Double Vote},
  author={Alan Barrie Spitzer},
  journal={The Journal of Modern History},
  pages={54 - 70}
  • A. Spitzer
  • Published 1983
  • Political Science
  • The Journal of Modern History
There is a minor entry in that peculiar calendar of French insurrectionary days for the June days of 1820. These were mild days indeed compared to the climate of June 1848, but quite significant as an expression of the broad and bitter conflict over proposals to revise the electoral system then being debated in the Chamber of Deputies. This debate was accompanied by a flood of pamphlets, press commentary, and petitions, and characterized by ferocious parliamentary exchanges that pulled the… Expand
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