Excerpt from British Radicalism, 1791 1797
In the introduction, the framework of British society within which radicalism
operated, has been brie y sum marized in its more characteristic features.
Therein the changes of the economic structure of society at the end of the
eighteenth century are deemed worthy of first consideration, and second only to
them in importance is a catalog of those cumbersome and antiquated statutes
which so clogged the wheels of British progress.
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