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This book surveys the key features of the dramatic and still controversial period from 1649-60. It clarifies some of the more complex issues of the time and provides a guide to the overlapping political, social, religious and economic developments that occurred. It also provides a synthesis of some of the latest re-assessments of historians with regard to such issues as the role of Oliver Cromwell, the Rump Parliament and the Restoration.
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Dr Michael Lynch is a lecturer in History and Politics at Leicester and Coventry Universities. He has written many titles in the Access to History series and was a senior examiner for a leading awarding body.
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Book Description Hodder Arnold H&S, 1994. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0340582073