Political Culture, the State, and the Problem of Religious War in Britain and Ireland, 1578-1625
In the period 1575-1625, civic peace in England, Scotland, and Ireland was persistently threatened by various kinds of religiously inspired violence, involving conspiracies, rebellions, and foreign invasions. This study seeks to understand how this was addressed in local communities, between the three nations, and more broadly, across Europe.
R. Malcolm Smuts (Professor Emeritus of History, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Massachusetts, Boston)
- Oxford University Press
- 768 pages
- United Kingdom
- British & Irish history