The Protestant Supranationalism of Britain

@inproceedings{Royce2017ThePS,
  title={The Protestant Supranationalism of Britain},
  author={Mark R. Royce},
  year={2017}
}
This extensive chapter traces British Euro-skepticism to ideas of the English Reformation. Theologically, Royce identifies five central propositions of Britain in the sixteenth century: “Popery” is a totalitarian ideology, Britain should be a Divine Commonwealth, the monarch is inviolable, Parliament is sovereign, and the people have liberties; and he then explains how they became embodied in some of the most important British statutes following the Restoration. Royce then discusses the Common… Expand
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