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Table of ContentsAbbreviations.- Introduction High Roads and Blind Alleys: The English Civil War and its Historiography; J.Adamson.- Rethinking Royalist Politics, 1642-49; D.Scott.- Anglicanism and Royalism in the 1640s; A.Milton.- Perceptions of Parliament: Faction and 'The Public'; J.Peacey.- The Baronial Context of the Irish Civil Wars; J.Ohlmeyer.- The 'Scottish Moment', 1638-45; A.I.MacInnes.- Centre and Locality in Civil War England; C.Holmes.- The Politics of Fairfax's Army, 1645-49; I.Gentles.- Rhetoric, Reality, and the Varieties of Civil War Radicalism; P.Baker.- Notes.- Further Reading.- Notes on the Contributors.- Index.
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