Popular Politics and the English Reformation Paperback
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Popular Politics and the English Reformation
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Rather than focusing on the conversion of English subjects to a new religion, the author is more intrigued by the subjects' political responses to the Reformation - perceived as an act of state and consequently negotiated between government and people. These responses included resistance, as well as accommodation and collaboration.
Consequently, Ethan H. Shagan puts forward an intriguing argument that answers the scholarly dilemma of how the English Reformation could have succeeded despite the inherent conservatism of the English people.
Ethan H. Shagan is the author of related books, such as 'Catholics and the Protestant Nation: Religious Politics and Identity in Early Modern England.'
Popular Politics and the English Reformation by Ethan H. Shagan was published by Cambridge University Press in October 2002 and is our 44240th best seller. The ISBN for Popular Politics and the English Reformation is 9780521525558.
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|Page last updated||22nd September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Ethan H. Shagan|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press (October 2002)|
|Number of Pages||364|