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The Debate on the English Revolution
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1. Introduction: the characteristics of the debate; 2. The seventeenth century: the debate begins 3. The eighteenth century: the political uses of history 4. The French Revolution and English history 5. The nineteenth century: from party polemics to academic history 6. The twentieth century: the nineteenth-century inheritance and its development 7. The twentieth century: social interpretations of revolutions 8. The twentieth century: social complexities 9. The twentieth century: local and regional studies 10. The twentieth century: 'history from below' 11. The twentieth century: politics, political culture, revisionism 12. The twentieth century: reverberations Further reading Index

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R. C. Richardson is Head of History at King Alfred's University College, Winchester. His most recent publications are Images of Oliver Cromwell (1993) and The English Civil War: Local Aspects (1997)

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" Dr. Richardson succeeds admirably in his attempt both to explain why the English Revolution remains so controversial a subject and to examine how and why historians have approached the subject over the past centuries." -- "Times Educational Supplement"
" ... an essential 'vademecum' for aficonadoes of the civil wars and interregnum, a motley crew, to be sure, but one united in fascination for those hurling times." -- "Literature and History"

0;Dr. Richardson succeeds admirably in his attempt both to explain why the English Revolution remains so controversial a subject and to examine how and why historians have approached the subject over the past centuries.1; 2;"Times Educational Supplement"
0;... an essential 'vademecum' for aficonadoes of the civil wars and interregnum, a motley crew, to be sure, but one united in fascination for those hurling times.1; 2;"Literature and History"

"Dr. Richardson succeeds admirably in his attempt both to explain why the English Revolution remains so controversial a subject and to examine how and why historians have approached the subject over the past centuries." -"Times Educational Supplement"
"... an essential 'vademecum' for aficonadoes of the civil wars and interregnum, a motley crew, to be sure, but one united in fascination for those hurling times." -"Literature and History"

"Dr. Richardson succeeds admirably in his attempt both to explain why the English Revolution remains so controversial a subject and to examine how and why historians have approached the subject over the past centuries." --"Times Educational Supplement"
..". an essential 'vademecum' for aficonadoes of the civil wars and interregnum, a motley crew, to be sure, but one united in fascination for those hurling times." --"Literature and History"

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