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Contemporary Citizenship: Four Types

.H. Marshall’s essay on ‘Citizenship and social class’ and published as Citizenship and Social Class and Other Essays ( Marshall, 1950 ) In his famous account, Marshall described the evolution of citizenship in terms of three clusters of entitlement. From the 17th century, there were various legal rights that came to be more widely shared; habeas corpus was one indication of this development. In the 19th century, political rights such as the franchise and the secret ballot became more widely recognised, and a variety of political institutions, in particular Parliament, a

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