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The Origins of Political Stability
The Origins of Political Stability
Author: J. H. Plumb
Subtitled England 1675-1725 — For his Ford lectures, given at Oxford in 1965, J. H. Plumb took as his theme one of the most baffling problems in English political history. How did England achieve political stability? During the seventeenth century England experienced civil war, revolution and constant turbulence, yet by 1725 the stability of her ...  more »
ISBN: 51277
Pages: 206

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Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company
Book Type: Hardcover
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An excellent review by one of Britain's premiere historians of the factors that led to Britain's political stability and set the foundation for the Industrial Revolution.


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