1. Introduction: The Transformation of Petitioning in the Long Nineteenth Century (1780–1914)
  2. Henry Miller
  3. pp. 409-429
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  1. Petition-and-Response and Liminal Petitioning in Comparative/Historical Perspective
  2. David Zaret
  3. pp. 431-451
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  1. L'éruption patriote: The Revolt against Dalhousie and the Petitioning Explosion in Nineteenth-Century French Canada
  2. Daniel Carpenter, Doris Brossard
  3. pp. 453-485
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  1. Re-imagining Petitioning in Spain (1808–1823)
  2. Diego Palacios Cerezales
  3. pp. 487-508
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  1. "What Value Should We Attach to All These Petitions?": Petition Campaigns and the Problem of Legitimacy in the Nineteenth-Century Netherlands
  2. Maartje Janse
  3. pp. 509-530
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  1. What Did Chartism Petition For? Mass Petitions in the British Movement for Democracy
  2. Malcolm Chase
  3. pp. 531-551
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  1. Petitioners and Rebels: Petitioning for Parliamentary Reform in Regency England
  2. Robert Poole
  3. pp. 553-579
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  1. The Languages of Petitioning in Early Colonial India
  2. James A. Jaffe
  3. pp. 581-597
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  1. A Microhistory of British Antislavery Petitioning
  2. Richard Huzzey
  3. pp. 599-623
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  1. The Signatures of Social Structure: Petitioning for the Abolition of the Slave Trade in Manchester
  2. Kinga Makovi
  3. pp. 625-652
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  1. The Myth of the Post-Communist Citizen: Communist Legacies and Political Trust–CORRIGENDUM
  2. p. 653
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  1. Contributors for Volume 43, Number 3
  2. pp. 655-656
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