[Milton-L] Revisionism and the British Civil Wars

Matthew Jordan matthewjorda at gmail.com
Thu Oct 31 12:00:35 EDT 2013

I think one place this argument is made is in Richard Cust and Anne
Hughes's Introduction, "After Revisionism," to the volume they edited
called Conflict in Early Stuart England  (1989).



On 31 October 2013 15:39, Gregory Foran <gregory.foran at gmail.com> wrote:

> Dear list members,
> I'm working on a brief lit review of the debate over the causes of the
> British Civil Wars for an article and could use your help tracking down a
> reference. I recall reading somewhere an account of the "revisionist"
> movement in Tudor/Stuart historiography in which it is pointed  out that
> revisionists so strongly stated the case for broad ideological consensus
> right up to the eve of conflict that they made it almost impossible to
> imagine a civil war could have happened at all. Does this ring a bell with
> anyone?
> Thanks,
> Greg Foran
> Assistant Professor
> Dept. of English
> Nazareth College
> Rochester, NY
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