The Origins of the English Civil War

@inproceedings{Russell1973TheOO,
  title={The Origins of the English Civil War},
  author={Conrad Russell},
  year={1973}
}
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: PURITANISM, ARMINIANISM AND COUNTER-REVOLUTION PART 5: FEAR OF POPERY PART 6: TWO CULTURES? COURT AND COUNTRY UNDER CHARLES I PART 7: ECONOMIC ISSUES AND IDEOLOGIES PART 8: POLITICS AND POLITICAL THOUGHT 1640-1642 PART 9: ENGLAND AND EUROPE: A COMMON MALADY? List of Abbreviations Bibliography References and… 

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