England on the Edge Crisis and Revolution, 1640-1642
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Description: 'England On Edge' traces the collapse of the government of Charles I, the disintegration of the established church, and the accompanying cultural panic that led to civil war. Focused on the years 1640-1642, it examines social and religious turmoil and the emergence of an unrestrained popular press.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/7/2007
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
|Crisis and Revolution|
|The Pulse of the Kingdom: Distempers of the Times|
|Life and Death amidst Distraction and Fears|
|Insolencies of the Army: Soldiers and Civilians 1640-|
|The People's Fury, the Lambeth Disturbances, and the Insurrection of May 1640|
|The Great Affairs of the Church|
|The Laudian Ascendancy|
|Laudian Authority Undermined|
|Babylon is Fallen|
|Swarms of Sectaries|
|Conservative Reactions: The Laudians Fight Back|
|The National Conversation|
|The Press Overpressed|
|News of High Distractions|
|Discourse, Opinion, and the Making of a Revolutionary Culture|
|Libels, Satire, and Derison|
|The Social Order Threatened|
|The Onset of Civil War|
|Tumults and Commotions|
|Death's Harbinger: The Drift to Civil WarPostscript: Why the English Revolution Matters|