Treatise of Civil Power in Ecclesiastical Causes
A brilliant discourse by one of the most influential and prominent English poets. Originally published in 1659, it is an excellent example of Milton's powerful rhetoric. He has expressed his views on politics and religion with great eloquence. The historical value of the treatise adds to its significance. Superb!
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