Gender and the English Revolution

@inproceedings{Hughes2011GenderAT,
  title={Gender and the English Revolution},
  author={Ann Hughes},
  year={2011}
}
Contents. Acknowledgements. Part 1: Introduction: Gender, Power and Politics in Early Modern England Part 2. Women and War Part3: Manhood and Civil War Part 4: Bodies, Families, Sex: using gender, imagining politics. Conclusion. Index 
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