What Were Some Effects Of The Reform Bill Of 1832?


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Before the Reform Bill of 1832 was released, only five percent of England's population could vote. Because this was unfair, rich middle-class men demanded their rights to vote. Thus, the Reform Bill of 1832 was passed on by Parliament. The Reform Bill extended suffrage, or the right to vote, from only five percent to a big increase which included all rich middle-class men, such as factory owners, bankers, and merchants. Another effect of the Reform Bill of 1832 was the modernization of the districts for electing members of Parliament; it gave the thriving new industrial cities more representation too.

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