This fully illustratedbook book shows the caricatures and cartoons depicting the issues and personalities involved in general Elections from 1722 to 1935. Besdies explaining the meaning of hustings, it illustrates what the parties represented at different times and the history of participation from a few hundred thousand votes to millions. The author explains the methods through which caricature and cartoons were delivered, changes in style, showing the images chronologically and finally with a look at the special influence of peers on General Elections.
By Alan Mumford, A4, pub. Burkes Peerage 2011
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