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Oliver Cromwell: Politics and Religion in the English Revolution 1640-1658 (Cambridge Topics in History) Paperback – January 31, 1992
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About the Author
DR. RICHARD BROWN was one of Canadas foremost experts on seagoing birds and worked for many years as a marine biologist with the Canadian Wildlife Service in Halifax.
John Morrill has been Professor of British and Irish History at the University of Cambridge since 1998. He has also been a Fellow since 1975 and Vice master since 1994 of Selwyn College, Cambridge. His publications include The Nature of the English Revolution (1994), The British Problem 1534-1707
(1996), The Oxford Illustrated History of Tudor and Stuart Britain (1996), and Revolt in the Provinces (1998). He is also General Editor of The History of Britain, Ireland and the British Overseas on CD-ROM.
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"Was Cromwell a man driven by visions of a free and just society, or by ambition and self-interest; a principled defender of civil and religious liberties, or a bigot and tyrant?"
This is a book of primary source materials with commentary organized under these categories: Civil Wars, Religious Attitudes, Political Attitudes, Social Attitudes, Cromwell and the World, Historians on Cromwell.
Trade paperback, 120 pp, illustrated, Bibliography.