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    Hey all

    Im doing History A-Level coursework on the WJEC exam board;

    -essay name- this is the title,“The Threat of Revolution was the Main factor behind the passing of the Reform Act of 1832”. How valid is this assessment of the passing of the Reform Act of 1832? and I need to consider whig desire for reform (to extend powerbase) but I am struggling on showing this 2nd interp with this source:

    “Under the cloak of some coloured show of zeal for the protestant religion, carried on an insidious of our liberties and the introduction of popery into every department of the state.”
    [The Earl of Winchilsea describes his reaction to the Catholic Relief Act in a letter to the secretary of King’s college, London]


    How does this show -2nd interp- (which is whig desire for reform to extend powerbase)

    Thanks
 
 
 
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