Paternalism and politics : the revival of paternalism in early nineteenth-century Britain

Kim Lawes

This text is about continuity and change in early-19th-century Britain. Against the background of an emerging industrial state, the popularization of liberal "laissez faire" principles and the rise of a class based society, it examines the revival of traditional paternal ideals and considers their influence upon the development of social policy. The poor laws, social distress, child labour and factory reform provide a focus for the analysis. The implications of the revival for the emergence of the collective or welfare state is also an important theme.

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  • Acknowledgements List of Abbreviations Introduction: Michael Thomas Sadler and 'The Revival of the Aristocratic Paternalist Ideal' Continuity and Change in the Revival of Paternalist Social Thought Sadler's Protectionist, Paternalist Social System and the Foundation of His Social Agenda Parliamentary Debate of Social Issues, c.1815-30: A Conflict between Liberal Utilitarianism and Aristocratic Paternalism The 'Sadlerian School': A Defence of Protectionist, Paternalist Ideals Ireland, Distress and Social Instability: Sadler Endeavours to Direct the Government 'To a Better Policy' Sadler's Ten Hours Bill and Leadership of the Parliamentary Factory-Reform Campaign Conclusion: Towards a Realization of the Paternalist, Collectivist Idea of the State Notes Index

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書名 Paternalism and politics : the revival of paternalism in early nineteenth-century Britain
著作者等 Lawes, Kim
シリーズ名 Studies in modern history
出版元 Macmillan;St. Martin's Press
刊行年月 2000
ページ数 x, 229 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0312231164
0333744748
NCID BA50058356
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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