England's Troubles: Seventeenth Century English Political Instability In European Context (2020)

England s Troubles Seventeenth Century English Political Instability In European Context Seventeenth century English history is known best for the English Civil War and the English Revolution This highly original and wide ranging study analyzes and explains both of these major historical
  • Title: England's Troubles: Seventeenth Century English Political Instability In European Context
  • Author: JonathanScott
  • ISBN: 9780521423342
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • Seventeenth century English history is known best for the English Civil War and the English Revolution This highly original and wide ranging study analyzes and explains both of these major historical events, and others, by setting them in their wider contexts in relation to political instability across the century in relation to the history of religions and politicalSeventeenth century English history is known best for the English Civil War and the English Revolution This highly original and wide ranging study analyzes and explains both of these major historical events, and others, by setting them in their wider contexts in relation to political instability across the century in relation to the history of religions and political ideas and in relation to contemporary European events.
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    One Reply to “England's Troubles: Seventeenth Century English Political Instability In European Context”

    1. nwhytevejournal 1307315ml return return Scott s subtitle is Seventeenth Century English Political Instability in European Context , but actually that s not really what the book is about His argument is that all four Stuart kings James I, Charles I, Charles II, James II were faced with similar problems of statecraft and in fact made very similar mistakes, with the result that two were deposed and one of those was executed He is most interested in the intellectual reasons given by the protagonists [...]

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