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Charles I and the Aristocracy, 1625-1642 Hardcover – 13 Jun 2013

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'A work of superb archival research - painstaking and original.' Literary Review

'This powerful new book is a landmark in the historiography of the English Civil War … Cust's brilliant analysis turns [Laurence] Stone's work on its head. The book is the most formidable contribution to the debate on the origins of the Civil War in years.' Anthony Fletcher, History Today

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This perspective on the troubled relationship between Charles I and the English aristocracy explores the effectiveness of Charles' efforts to cultivate and strengthen the peerage. It analyses how and why most peers supported the King at the outbreak of civil war, challenging notions of aristocratic decline and 'noble revolt'.

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