After the Revolution
This chapter begins with a discussion of Whig and Tory consesus about Parliament's legislative sovereignty. It then discusses the union of England and Scotland, the relationship between Parliament and the people it claimed to represent, law-making power and the constitutional principle, British opinion during the American crisis, American revolutionary constitutional theory, and the reform movement in Britain.
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