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State and Commonwealth: The Theory of the State in Early Modern England, 1549-1640

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State and Commonwealth: The Theory of the State in Early Modern England, 1549-1640 by Noah Dauber

In the history of political thought, the emergence of the modern state in early modern England has usually been treated as the development of an increasingly centralizing and expansive national sovereignty. Recent work in political and social history, however, has shown that the state

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Pages: 280
Size: 2.5 MB
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Date published:   2016
ISBN: 9781400881017 (DRM-EPUB)
2370007283767 (DRM-PDF)

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