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THE LIMITS OF ACADEMIC FREEDOM
PARLIAMENTARY HISTORY IN PERSPECTIVE, 1604–1629
The causes of the English Civil War
Parliaments and English politics, 1621-1629
1. Westminster and the Wider World 2. The Parliament of 1621: Business as Usual? 3. The Parliament of 1624: The Prince's Parliament 4. The Parliament of 1625: The Plague and the French 5. TheExpand
The Origins of the English Civil War
Table of Events Preface Introduction PART 1: THE GOVERNMENT: ITS ROLE AND ITS AIMS PART 2: COUNTY GOVERNMENT IN CAROLINE ENGLAND 1625-1640 PART 3: PARLIAMENT AND THE KING'S FINANCES PART 4:Expand
An intelligent person's guide to liberalism
Liberalism, like democracy, is a hurrah-word. People as widely apart as Roy Jenkins and Lord Harris, and Nobel Prize winners Milton Friedmann and J.K. Galbraith, all claim to be liberals. But who areExpand
The crisis of Parliaments: English history 1509-1660
Political, social, and economic factors are integrated in this book, the two themes of which are the political and constitutional effects of rapid inflation and the difficulties caused by theExpand
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