History ETDs

Publication Date

8-9-1948

Abstract

It was in the field of foreign and imperial policy that the rights to advise, encourage, and to warn were found in wide use. The rise of the cabinet system drew the actual making of policy into its hands with the advice of parliament. Nevertheless, Gladstone pointed out that the power of the crown was of great importance in the conduct of government.

Level of Degree

Masters

Degree Name

History

Department Name

History

First Committee Member (Chair)

J.C. Russell

Second Committee Member

Gordon H. McNeil

Third Committee Member

None

Document Type

Thesis

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