Table of contents for Realities of representation : state building in Early Modern Europe and European America / edited by Maija Jansson.


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Introduction: Realities of Representation--Maija Jansson * Part I: England * The Representation of the People in Eighteenth-Century Britain--H.T. Dickinson * Parliament and the Idea of Political Accountability in Early Modern Britain--Paul Seaward * Boroughmongering, Biography, and the Reform of Parliament: James Boswell and the Earl of Lonsdale-Gordon Turnbull * Part II: France * The Unrepresentable French?--David Bell * Part III: Germany * Noble Corporations and Provincial Diets in the Ecclesiastical Principalities of the Holy Roman Empire--Ronald G. Asch * Part IV: Ireland * Power, Politics and Parliament in Seventeenth-Century Ireland--Jane Ohlmeyer * Part V: Scandinavia * Repression and Representation: Political Culture in Early Modern Scandinavia--Knud J.V. Jespersen * Part VI: Spain * An Unbalanced Representation: the Nature and Function of the Cortes of Castile in the Habsburg Period (1538-1698)--Jose; Ignacio Fortea Pe;rez * Part VII: European America * Traditions of Consensual Governance in the Construction of State Authority in the Early Modern European Empires in America--Jack P. Greene * Governing a Colony pas commes les autres: the Dilemmas of Unplanned Conquest--Ramsay Cook * Conclusion: New Approaches to Early Modern Representation--Steven Pincus * Afterword: Representative Government: How Sure a Thing?--Robert Zaller
Introduction: Realities of Representation--Maija Jansson * Part I: England * The Representation of the People in Eighteenth-Century Britain--H.T. Dickinson * Parliament and the Idea of Political Accountability in Early Modern Britain--Paul Seaward * Boroughmongering, Biography, and the Reform of Parliament: James Boswell and the Earl of Lonsdale-Gordon Turnbull * Part II: France * The Unrepresentable French?--David Bell * Part III: Germany * Noble Corporations and Provincial Diets in the Ecclesiastical Principalities of the Holy Roman Empire--Ronald G. Asch * Part IV: Ireland * Power, Politics and Parliament in Seventeenth-Century Ireland--Jane Ohlmeyer * Part V: Scandinavia * Repression and Representation: Political Culture in Early Modern Scandinavia--Knud J.V. Jespersen * Part VI: Spain * An Unbalanced Representation: the Nature and Function of the Cortes of Castile in the Habsburg Period (1538-1698)--Jose; Ignacio Fortea Pe;rez * Part VII: European America * Traditions of Consensual Governance in the Construction of State Authority in the Early Modern European Empires in America--Jack P. Greene * Governing a Colony pas commes les autres: the Dilemmas of Unplanned Conquest--Ramsay Cook * Conclusion: New Approaches to Early Modern Representation--Steven Pincus * Afterword: Representative Government: How Sure a Thing?--Robert Zaller



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1492-1648 -- Congresses.
Europe -- Politics and government -- 1648-1789 -- Congresses.
United States -- Politics and government -- To 1775 -- Congresses.
Canada -- Politics and government -- 18th century -- Congresses.
Representative government and representation -- History -- Congresses.