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From the Publisher"...this is a fine book that will be compulsory reading for any student of the development of oppositional political ideas in England."
-Paul Pickering, H-Albion
"The introduction, eleven content chapters, and the two afterwords are written by distinguished scholars of English history or political theory, who draw upon career's worth of work and reflection to move effortlessly and seamlessly across a spectrum of topics and personalities. The result is an exceedingly learned book that ought to find a home in the library of many scholars."
Jeffrey R. Wigelworth, Canadian Journal of History
"The essays are clearly written, free of jargon, and point toward a more precise notion of radicalism in a traditional society...Predictable differences of agenda and tone notwithstanding, these essays show the potential for redefining the notion of radicalism itself." —CHOICE
"Most historians of political thought will have a keen interest in historiography even if it is not their specialization; all, however, have an interest in the history and development of political ideas. Whichever way you take it, this is a useful, interesting and readable volume." —Sarah Hale, University of London