Saye What?

@article{What1990SayeW,
  title={Saye What?},
  author={Saye What and Mark A. Kishlansky},
  journal={The Historical Journal},
  year={1990},
  volume={33},
  pages={917 - 937}
}
Reinterpretations of the English revolution are a sign of the vitality of British history. No subject has been more studied, aroused more controversy, or attracted more attention than this pivotal event. Arguments about its causes, its progress, and its meaning are among the best known in modern historical literature. Every generation has derived sustenance from its lessons, however differently they have drawn them, and every generation has attempted to remake the revolution in its own image… 
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