Understanding Popular Violence in the English Revolution: The Colchester Plunderersby John Walter
Pub. Date: 06/10/1999
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A re-evaluation and critique of one of the most important episodes of the 'English Revolution'. See more details below
A re-evaluation and critique of one of the most important episodes of the 'English Revolution'.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part I. The Event: 1. An event and its history; 2. The attacks; Part II. Contextualising the Crowd: 3. Contextualising crowd actions I: the micro-politics of the attack on Sir John Lucas; 4. Contextualising crowd actions II: the high politics of the attack on Sir John Lucas; 5. The confessional crowd I: the attack on ministers; 6. The confessional crowd II: the attack on Catholics; Part III. Reading the Crowd: 7. Reading the crowds I: cloth and class; 8. Reading the crowds II: anti-popery and popular parliamentarianism; 9. Conclusion.
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