This book offers an examination of the idea of representation and the institutional realities that shaped it in early modern Europe and European America. Contributors demonstrate how a country's history, society, and national experience dictate how representation is realized in political institutions, including parliaments, riksdags and reichstags.
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About the Author
Maija Jansson is Director of the Yale Center for Parliamentary History and teaches in the Yale University History Department.