Popular politics and the English Reformation

  title={Popular politics and the English Reformation},
  author={Ethan Howard Shagan},
Acknowledgements List of abbreviations Note on the text Introduction Part I. The Break with Rome and the Crisis of Conservatism: 1. 'Schismatics be now plain heretics': debating the royal supremacy over the Church of England 2. The anatomy of opposition in early Reformation England: the case of Elizabeth Barton, the holy maid of Kent 3. Politics and the Pilgrimage of Grace revisited Part II. Points of Contact: The Henrician Reformation and the English People: 4. Anticlericalism, popular… 
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