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1 Kommentar zu “Entrepreneur’s Diary – #41 “How was it Possible for Queen Victoria to Reign the British Empire?” ♫”

  1. Chris Wood (Tuesday February 2nd, 2010)

    I must correct one thing. Queen Victoria did not rule the British Empire. Britain was then one of the most democratic countries in the world. The Empire was ruled by the British Parliament. Ironically this was elected only by men. It is hard to understand how it could happen that the lower classes were hardly represented in parliament, because they voted (if at all) for the bosses. Why was this? Perhaps that was a main reason for the tremendous growth in power and wealth.
    Yes, Victoria interfered a bit more than Elizabeth does now. For instance laws against homosexuality were restricted to men, because she did not believe there were homosexual women.
    Incidentally India including Pakistan was run by about 2000 British civil servants.

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