Freedom, corruption and government in Elizabethan England.
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Civil rights -- Great Britain -- History.
Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1485-1603.
Political corruption -- Great Britain -- History.
368 p. 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
Was there a Tudor despotism after all?--The paradox of liberty in Shakespeare's England.--Church and state, 1558-1612.--The succession struggle in late Elizabethan England.--Political corruption in modern England: the historian's problem.--Corruption and reform under Edward VI and Mary: the example of wardship.--The political morality of early Stuart statesmen.--Tradition and change in the English Renaissance.--County government: Wiltshire c. 1530-c. 1660.--Office-holding and government mainly in England and France.--A retrospect: Gunpowder Plot and the politics of dissent.
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