1659--the crisis of the commonwealth
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Royal Historical Society, Boydell & Brewer , [London], Woodbridge, Suffolk, Rochester, NY
Great Britain. Parliament -- History -- 17th century., Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-
|Statement||Ruth E. Mayers.|
|Series||Royal Historical Society studies in history.|
|LC Classifications||DA425 .M39 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 306 p. ;|
|LC Control Number||2004002288|
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A review of the evidence for the popularity of the revival of the Commonwealth and the reasons for its ultimate failure. is one of the most significant years in British history.
The return of the remnant of the Long Parliament signalled the reversal of the conservative tendencies of the Protectorate, and the revival of the Commonwealth. - The Crisis of the Commonwealth by Ruth E. Mayers,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1). RUTH MAYERS. The Crisis of the Commonwealth.
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This is a much-needed study of a short-lived regime—the restored Commonwealth that. This is an enterprising revision of the prevailing historiography of the revived Commonwealth of –60, or, rather, of its first ‘session’ from 25 May to 13 Octoberseen generally as incapable of a constructive reaction to the opportunity offered by the unexpected recall by an army which had only lately put out Richard Cromwell's : Ivan Roots.
Ruth E. Mayers' book is a vindication of the restored Commonwealth regime that ruled the British Isles between May and October Hitherto this has been seen as an unpopular and insecure government, brought back to power by a revolutionary army that had ejected it six years before and doomed to exist for only a few months before it fell out with the soldiers all over again and was Author: Ronald Hutton.
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The Hadjach Union between the Commonwealth and Ukraine, declared on 16 September and solemnly ratified and sworn in May of the following year, turned the Commonwealth into a federation made up of the Kingdom of Poland, the grand Duchy of Lithuania and the grand Duchy of Rus’.1 The latter was to be a Cossack country comprising the voivodships of Bratslav, Chernihiv and : Mariusz Robert Drozdowski.
A selection of essays about the constitutional crises throughout the Commonwealth since the Second World War, from Australia, Ceylon, Pakistan, Nigeria, Fiji, India, Grenada, Malaysia and Canada, which examines, in particular, the role and involvement of the Governor-General.
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The Argument of the Six books of the Commonwealth. TRANSLATOR'S NOTE. BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE. THE SIX BOOKS OF THE COMMONWEALTH. BOOK I [The chapter numbers in brackets are those of the original French.] The final end of the well-ordered commonwealth [Chapter I] 1 Concerning the family [Chapters II-V] 6 Concerning the citizen [Chapters VI and.
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The Institute of Commonwealth Studies and The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs have brought together a range of distinguished Commonwealth and other figures to assess the current state of the Commonwealth’s reform process and to ask whether the organisation faces a more deep-rooted crisis which.
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Commonwealth Principles addresses these needs, and Jonathan Scott goes beyond existing accounts organized around a single key concept (whether constitutional, linguistic or moral) or author (usually James Harrington) to analyse this body of writing in full by: Part of the author's title is indisputable: the Northern-Southern divide over slavery and all of its attendant subtleties and ramifications was a crisis only waiting to happen in the s.
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Louis, not the one who became Prime Minister of England.) more This book (The Crisis) is long but one of the great American classics. It tells the story of life and love during the Civil War, /5. The Commonwealth Yearbook is the flagship annual publication of the Commonwealth Secretariat.
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