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Summary: Pitt to Peel: 1783 - 1846

It includes: An overview of the British government at the beginning of the period, A key word list and defines 'key words' throughout, Detailed bullet point lists to answer essay questions such as: How did Pitt win the 1784 election? Why did Pitt want to reform Finance and Administration? (with details of his trade, finance and administration reforms) Reasons for Pitt's Long Tenure of Office, How severe was the threat of revolution between 1791 and 1797? Along with just under 10 other detailed essay plans, including the Liberal Tories, the foreign policies of Castlereagh, Canning and Pitt, The Great Reform Act, why people wanted it and how significant its changes were.

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