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constitutional societies


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constitutional societies

Society for Constitutional Information

Society for Constitutional Information

Society for Constitutional Information

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Society for Constitutional Information

Society for Constitutional Information (act. 1780-1795)

Patriotism or Integrity? Constitutional Community in Divided Societies

Society for Constitutional Information (1780–92)

Uganda Law Society and Karugaban v Attorney General, Constitutional petitions, Constitutional petition No 2 of 2002, Constitutional petition No 8 of 2002, ILDC 1284 (UG 2009), 5th February 2009, Constitutional Court

Timothy Hyde. Constitutional Modernism: Architecture and Civil Society in Cuba, 1933–1959.

Worms, George de (1829 - 1912), Vice-President, Royal Society of Literature, 1896–1900; President Egham Branch, Surrey Constitutional Association

Prince v President of the Law Society of the Cape of Good Hope and ors, Appeal to constitutional court, Case CCT 36/00, ILDC 658 (ZA 2002), 25th January 2002, Constitutional Court [CC]

Covenant and Constitutionalism: The Great Frontier and the Matrix of Federal Democracy. By Daniel J. Elazar and Covenant and Civil Society: The Constitutional Matrix of Modern Democracy. By Daniel J. Elazar

Janet Afary. The Iranian Constitutional Revolution, 1906–1911: Grassroots Democracy, Social Democracy, and the Origins of Feminism. (The History and Society of the Modern Middle East.) New York: Columbia University Press. 1996. Pp. xxi, 448. Cloth $40.00, paper $17.50

POLLARD, Albert Frederick (1869 - 1948), Member of Royal Historical MSS Commission; Hon. Fellow of Jesus College; Fellow of All Souls College, Oxford 1908–36; Hon. VP, Royal Historical Society; Professor of Constitutional History, etc., University of London, 1903–31; Founder of the Historical Association, 1906, and Editor of History, 1916–22, and of the Bulletin of the Institute of Historical Research, 1923–39; Founder and Chairman of Institute of Historical Research, 1920–39; Corresponding Member (1930) of the Académie des Inscr. et Belles Lettres (Inst. de France)

HANNON, Patrick Joseph Henry (1874 - 1963), Vice-President, Commonwealth-Industries Association and of Federation British Industries; Deputy Chairman, Sheffields Ltd; late Deputy Chairman Birmingham Small Arms Group of Companies and Daimler Company; late Director James Booth & Co. Ltd; Member Dollar Exports Council; President: Aston Villa Football Club; Midland Assoc. of Building Societies; Past President: Ideal Benefit Society; Birmingham Boys’ and Girls’ Union; Society of Commercial Accountants; Member Court of Governors, Birmingham University; Governor John Fisher School; Vice-President and Member Council, Birmingham Chamber of Commerce; late Member Post Office Advisory Council; Vice-President Royal Eye Hospital, SE1; Hon. Treasurer, Apostleship of the Sea; late Public Morality Council; Chairman Political Committee Constitutional Club, 1927–36 (Chairman of Club, 1936–55, Vice-President, 1955–); late Chairman, Political Cttee Carlton Club

 

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In the early 1790s, under the influence of the French Revolution and Tom Paine's Rights of Man (1791), constitutional or ‘corresponding’ societies were set up by working men in London, Sheffield, Derby, and Manchester. They were suppressed by the end of the decade, but have come to be regarded as the first working‐class political organizations. See E. P. Thompson, The Making of the English Working Class (1965).

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