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ISBN:1842122010
Author: Austin Woolrych
ISBN13: 978-1842122013
Title: Commonwealth to Protectorate (Phoenix Press)
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Language: English
Category: Politics and Government
Publisher: Phoenix; Pbk. ed edition (June 30, 2001)
Pages: 464

Commonwealth to Protectorate (Phoenix Press) by Austin Woolrych



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Woolrych, Austin, Commonwealth to Protectorate, London: Phoenix Press, 2000. Worden, Blair, The Rump Parliament, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1977. Young, P. and Emberton, . Sieges of the Great Civil War, London: Bell & Hyman, 1978.

Commonwealth to Protectorate. New York: Clarendon Press of Oxford University Press.

The University of Chicago Press. Chicago Distribution Center. Austin Woolrych," Renaissance Quarterly 36, no. 3 (Autumn, 1983): 448-450.

The theme of this enlightening volume by a respected professor and historian is nothing less than the demise of the English republic and the eventual emergence of the quasi-monarchy of Cromwell"s Protectorate. In particular, it unearths the reasons why the ideal of a republic, ruled by the people"s nominated representatives, failed to take root in England. Battles of the English Civil War: Marston Moor, Naseby, Preston EAN 9781842121757. Lives of the Poets: Vol 1 EAN 9781842121696. Life of James Boswell EAN 9781842121672.

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Woolrych Austin (1). Subjects. Commonwealth to protectorate, ISBN: 1842122010.

"This is, unmistakably, the work of a master historian, intended to endure."--London Review of Books. Studying one major episode can reveal its influence on the whole course of politics that ensued. The theme of this enlightening volume by a respected professor and historian is nothing less than the demise of the English republic and the eventual emergence of the quasi-monarchy of Cromwell's Protectorate. In particular, it unearths the reasons why the ideal of a republic, ruled by the people's nominated representatives, failed to take root in England.