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The principle of representation in Jamaica and the British Atlantic in the age of revolutions, 1768–1807

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Britons and Americans seem to have agreed about most constitutional principles in 1776, apart from who was to be represented and how. It has been argued by many historians of the American Revolution that this formed the basis for conflict and change. Examining how representation was conceptualized in Jamaica during the same period suggests that these differences have been overdrawn. Concepts of direct and ‘virtual’ representation were inchoate and inconsistent in all three places. They were o...

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10.1080/02606755.2019.1617505

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HUMS
Sub department:
History Faculty
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Author
ORCID:
0000-0003-3846-2326
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
Journal:
Parliaments, Estates and Representation More from this journal
Volume:
40
Issue:
1
Pages:
1-20
Publication date:
2019-05-23
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EISSN:
1947-248X
ISSN:
0260-6755
Language:
English
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1068709
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pubs:1068709
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2020-03-19

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