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Reform Club


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Founded in 1836, the Reform Club was a radical initiative, drawing in Whig support. It was a riposte to the Tory Carlton Club and reflected the desire for better organization, particularly of electoral registration, after the Great Reform Act.

Subjects: British History.


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