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CONSTITUTION OF THE HOUSE

promise, not on abstract principle. Its objects were to remedy the most obvious grievances, to remove the most glaring anomalies and abuses. In dealing with distribution, it did not parcel out the country into equal, or approximately equal, electoral districts. It merely shifted seats, with some regard to the population and character of the places to be represented. It preserved old franchises, and superimposed new franchises upon them. It did not introduce, and was not intended to introduce, democracy. It gave electoral power, in the counties, to the landholders with a few large farmers; in the towns, to the great middle class. The borough electorate in England and Wales was increased by about 100,000. There was no finality about the Act. It was a step forward, suggesting further steps at a later date. It did not put an end to bribery, corruption, or the exercise of undue influenee. But the opportunities for these practices were made fewer and less easy, and the practices became less flagrant and universal.
Thus the Act of 1832 was not the product of, and did not effect, a revolution. But its importance, political, social and economical, cannot be exaggerated. It was one of the great landmarks of English history.
The reformed house of commons reflected the virtues of the middle class, and their weaknesses. The influence of the middle class preponderated, as under the contem

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