State Formation in Early Modern England, C.1550-1700

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Cambridge University Press, 07.12.2000. - 448 страница
This title examines the development of the English state during the 17th century, emphasizing the impersonal forces which shaped the uses of political power, rather than the purposeful actions of individuals or groups.
 

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The embodiment of the state
11
The uses of political power in early modern England
47
Conclusion
96
THE PATRIARCHAL STATE
101
Social order poverty dearth and disease
103
The courts and social order
136
Conclusion
172
THE FISCALMILITARY STATE
177
THE CONFESSIONAL STATE
287
The claims of the confessional state local realities
291
Conclusion
334
THE DYNAMIC STATE
337
Elite formation and state formation in England Wales and Scotland
340
Londons provinces state formation in the Englishspeaking Atlantic world
379
Conclusion
420
actions without design patterns without blueprints
427

The state and military mobilisation
180
The financing of the state
233
Conclusion
281

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