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Peter Calvert

of the British public by the facts (a) that the account of far-away parliamentary battles is not intrinsically very interesting and (b) that, perhaps inevitably, democratization proceeds more easily in that absence of charismatic figures. Despite (or perhaps because of) an unhealthy interest in his relationships with ‘fallen women’, Gladstone means little to the modern televsion audience. Disraeli has been more fortunate, for obvious reasons. HISTORY 81 The French Revolutionary tradition A third model, which dominated romantic thought in the nineteenth century

in Democratization through the looking-glass