The Monarchical Republic of Early Modern England: Essays in Response to Patrick Collinson

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John F. McDiarmid
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 2007 - 301 Seiten
The main purpose of this volume is to examine from different points of view the idea that early modern English political practice and political culture had quasi-republican elements and to bring the nature and dimensions of such 'monarchical republicanism' into sharper focus.
 

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Sir William Cecil Sir Thomas Smith and the Monarchical
37
Common Consent Latinitas and the Monarchical Republic
55
The Political Creed of William Cecil
75
Let none such office take save he that can for right
91
Rhetoric and Citizenship in the Monarchical Republic
109
The Monarchical Republic of Queen Elizabeth I and
129
James Is
165
The Mental World
181
English and Roman Liberty in the Monarchical Republic
201
American Corruption
217
The Monarchical Republic Enthroned
233
Bibliography
261
Index
289
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John F. McDiarmid is Associate Professor Emeritus of British and American Literature at New College of Florida, USA.

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