The Reform Bill [of 1832] was not calculated materially to improve the general composition of the Legislature. The good it has done, which is considerable, chiefly in this, that, by being so great a change, it has weakened the superstitious feeling against great changes. — John Stuart Mill, “Coleridge”

The Reform Acts — extending the right to vote

The Reform Act of 1832

The Reform Act of 1867

The Reform Act of 1884

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