CitationGentles, Ian J., John Morrill and Blair Worden (eds.). Soldiers, Writers and Statesmen of the English Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1998.
Table of ContentsSecret alliance and Protestant agitation in two kingdoms: the early Caroline background to the Irish Rebellion of 1641 -- Of armies and architecture : the employments of Robert Scawen -- George Digby, Royalist intrigue and the collapse of the cause -- The iconography of revolution: England 1642-1649 -- The casualties of war: treatment of the dead and wounded in the English Civil War -- 'A bastard kind of militia', localism, and tactics in the second civil war -- Cromwell's commissioners for preserving the peace of the Commonwealth: a Staffordshire case study -- Colonel Gervase Benson, Captain John Archer and the corporation of Kendal, c. 1644-c. 1655 -- Repacifying the polity : the responses of Hobbes and Harrington to the 'crisis of the common law' -- Equality in an unequal commonwealth : James Harrington's republicanism and the meaning of equality -- John Milton and Oliver Cromwell -- From pillar to post : Milton and the attack on republican humanism at the Restoration -- 'They that pursew perfaction on earth ... ' : the political progress of Robert Overton -- Locke no Leveller
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