God's Englishman: Oliver Cromwell and the English Revolution

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Penguin Books, 1970 - Biography & Autobiography - 318 pages
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"INDEED THERE ARE HISTORIES THAT DO GIVE YOU A NARRATIVE" Was what Oliver Cromwell told the Barebones Parliament before going onto declare that what really mattered was "those things wherein the life ... Read full review

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[Rushdoony] Well didn't Cromwell do a great deal to destroy churches? ...this is a common impression. Now just to cite one authority alone, Dr. Christopher Hill, a historian at Oxford, who would not ... Read full review

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Master of Balliol College, Oxford University, Christopher Hill is a neo-Marxist whose work examines the role of economic factors in the events of the seventeenth century. He places particular emphasis on the grievances and treatment of the poorer and outcast sectors of society.

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