The essays in this volume examine some of the main areas where parliament and dissent intersect and engage: the membership of parliament itself, the electorate, parliamentary legislation, through external pressure by petitioning and lobbying. The volume contains essays by: *David L. Wykes (Dr Williams's Library) *Mark Knights (University of East Anglia) *Andrew Thompson (Queens' College, Cambridge) *James E. Bradley (Fuller Seminary, Pasadena) *G. M. Ditchfield (University of Kent at Canterbury) *Timothy Larsen (Wheaton College, Illinois) *Clyde Binfield (formerly University of Sheffield) *D. W. Bebbington (University of Stirling) Published as a special issue of the journal Parliamentary History (24:1).
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Stephen Taylor is reader in history at the University of Reading. David L. Wykes is director of Dr Williams's Trust Library.
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