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HASH(0x8d15a2a0) out of 5 stars One of the most enjoyable history books in my collection 19 April 2011
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History buffs generally know that Professor Morrill is arguably the most senior authority on English history for the period 1500-1750, and that he is on the faculty of the University of Cambridge. What a lot of people don't know is that his greatest achievement, other than supervising many notable history graduate students, is his historical analysis of the relationships of peoples of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales during this period.

Analysis of developments in county areas during the 1630s and 1640s shows a far more sophisticated society than previously understood. The great issues of the world fell upon people's shoulders at the time, leading to enormous conflict and dislocation. This was one of the periods that stand out as providing lessons applicable to today.
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