The world turned upside down: radical ideas during the English Revolution

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Viking Press, 1972 - History - 351 pages
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Review: The World Turned Upside Down: Radical Ideas During the English Revolution

User Review  - Kevin Tole - Goodreads

Up there with some of the best history books I have ever read. I have a clearer understanding of the differences between Levellers, True Levellers, Ranters, Seekers, Quakers and other divisions and ... Read full review

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User Review  - Smoothw - Goodreads

An excellent analysis of radical thought during the English Revolution, perhaps not for people previously unfamiliar with the history, but i was still able to muddle through and get something out of ... Read full review

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Introduction
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About the author (1972)

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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