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Freeborn People: Politics & the Nation in 17th-Century England
David Underdown (au). A provocative exploration of the ways in which the political cultures of the elite & of the common people in England intersected during the 17th century. Shows that the two worlds were not as separate as historians have often thought them to be; English men & women of all social levels had similar expectations about the traditional liberties available to them under the “Ancient Constitution”. Throughout the century, both levels of politics were also powerfully influenced by prevailing assumptions about gender roles, &, especially in the years before the civil wars, by fears that the country was threatened by evil forces of satanic inversion.
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