Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 497–503.

Change of Public Opinion



Miscellaneous, Satire


Politics, Radicalism, Government

    Compares the current political climate favourably with the 'the tyranny of Mr Pitt' in 1792. Refers to members of the government who can still 'imagine the science of governing to consist only in the lash, the gibbet, and the sword' (497–98)

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