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The Restoration and the England of Charles II.

By: Miller, JohnMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Seminar studies in historyPublication details: Harlow : Addison Wesley Longman Higher Education, 1997. Edition: 2nd edISBN: 0582292239Subject(s): Charles II of England, KingDDC classification: 941.066 LOC classification: DA445.M45 1997
Contents:
Pt. 1. The Restoration. 1. The End of the Interregnum. 2. The Restoration Settlement: The Convention. 3. The Restoration Settlement: The Cavalier Parliament -- Pt. 2. The Reign of Charles II. 4. Society and Government. 5. Politics and the Constitution. 6. Religion and Ideas -- Pt. 3. Assessment. 7. The Place of the Restoration in English History -- Pt. 4. Documents.
Summary: This text has been revised to take account of recent scholarship, particularly on the constitution, political parties, the church and the legacy of the Civil Wars. The book examines how the Civil Wars affected the monarchy and primary documents illustrate points raised in the text.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Pt. 1. The Restoration. 1. The End of the Interregnum. 2. The Restoration Settlement: The Convention. 3. The Restoration Settlement: The Cavalier Parliament -- Pt. 2. The Reign of Charles II. 4. Society and Government. 5. Politics and the Constitution. 6. Religion and Ideas -- Pt. 3. Assessment. 7. The Place of the Restoration in English History -- Pt. 4. Documents.

This text has been revised to take account of recent scholarship, particularly on the constitution, political parties, the church and the legacy of the Civil Wars. The book examines how the Civil Wars affected the monarchy and primary documents illustrate points raised in the text.

advanced secondary further/higher undergraduate.

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