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To him the 1640s were a period of intense argument over the fundamental questions of English society, questions that had been slowly developing for over 100 years: the judicial murder of the King and the slide into Crom- wellian dictatorship were only part of a much 'larger crisis'.
God's Fury, England's Fire: A New History of the English Civil Wars Anonymous Contemporary Review; Winter 2008; 290, 1691; Docstoc pg. 526 Reproduced with permission of
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