Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Britain: Power and the People c1170-Present Day Student Book Second Edition ebook
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Oxford AQA GCSE History (9-1): Britain: Power and the People c1170-Present Day Student Book Second Edition ebook

By Aaron Wilkes, Lindsay Bruce
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This Second Edition of Britain: Power and the People c1170-Present Day Student Book is part of the Oxford AQA GCSE 9-1 History series. Updated as part of our commitment to the inclusive presentation of diverse histories and to reflect the world around us, this textbook covers exactly what your students require to succeed in the AQA exams.



Developed by an expert team led by an experienced head of history and an author with senior examining experience, this revised textbook covers the relationship between the citizen and the state in Britain, and how ideas, events and developments in the wider world affected Britain and the British people. It follows the journey from feudalism and serfdom to democracy and equality, revealing how the state responded to challenges to its authority and their impact.

Carefully selected Sources allow students the opportunity to analyse and evaluate primary sources in context. Practice Questions and Study Tips help students prepare for the new AQA exam questions, and features such as Extension, Over to you and How to provide step-by-step explanations of how to put into practice essential history skills such as analysing sources or essay writing.

Perfect for use alongside the Revision Guide or with Kerboodle.

Table of Contents
  • Contents
  • Introduction to the Oxford AQA GCSE History series
  • Timeline
  • Part one: Challenging authority and feudalism
    • Chapter 1: Constraints on kingship
      • 1.1 What did people want from the Medieval King John?
      • 1.2 What was Magna Carta?
      • 1.3 The impact of Magna Carta
    • Chapter 2: The origins of parliament
      • 2.1 Simon de Montfort and King Henry III
      • 2.2 The Provisions of Oxford and the Second Barons' War
      • 2.3 The king and a new parliament
    • Chapter 3: Medieval revolt and royal authority
      • 3.1 Were rats to blame for the Peasants' Revolt?
      • 3.2 The Peasants' Revolt of 1381
      • 3.3 The impact of the Peasants' Revolt
  • Part two: Challenging royal authority
    • Chapter 4: Popular uprisings against the Crown
      • 4.1 How did Henry change the Church?
      • 4.2 The Pilgrimage of Grace
      • 4.3 Impact of the rebellion
    • Chapter 5: Divine right and parliamentary authority
      • 5.1A The causes of the English Revolution
      • 5.1B The causes of the English Revolution
      • 5.2 The English Civil War and the role of the New Model Army
      • 5.3 Were the English right to kill their king?
      • 5.4 How should Cromwell be remembered?
    • Chapter 6: Royal authority and the right to representation
      • 6.1A What was the impact of the American Revolution?
      • 6.1B What was the impact of the American Revolution?
  • Part three: Reform and reformers
    • Chapter 7: The extension of the franchise
      • 7.1A Give us the vote!
      • 7.1B Give us the vote!
      • 7.2A What was the impact of Chartism?
      • 7.2B What was the impact of Chartism?
    • Chapter 8: Protest and change
      • 8.1 The Anti-Corn Law League
      • 8.2A What was the impact of the anti-slavery movement?
      • 8.2B What was the impact of the anti-slavery movement?
      • 8.3A Factory and social reform
      • 8.3B Factory and social reform
    • Chapter 9: Workers' movements
      • 9.1 The development of trade unionism: a new workers'paradise?
      • 9.2 The Tolpuddle Martyrs
      • 9.3 New Unionism: how successful were workingclass unions?
  • Part four: Equality and rights
    • Chapter 10: Women's rights and the campaign for the vote
      • 10.1 Where was a woman's place?
      • 10.2A What was the impact of the campaign for women's suffrage?
      • 10.2B What was the impact of the campaign for women's suffrage?
    • Chapter 11: The impact of war and technology on surgery
      • 11.1A The General Strike, 1926
      • 11.1B The General Strike, 1926
      • 11.2 Trade union reform
    • Chapter 12: Modern public health
      • 12.1 Was the 'mother country' a good mum?
      • 12.2 Did the government make life worse for immigrants?
      • 12.3 Protest, riots and reform: how did the people react?
  • How to… analyse significance
  • How to… analyse sources
  • How to… compare similarities
  • How to… evaluate main factors
  • Practice Questions for Power and the People
  • Glossary
  • Index
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