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Conrad Russell

Conrad Russell looks at the perks and pitfalls of public office-holding in Elizabethan and Jacobean England.

Conrad Russell asks if England has ever had a revolution.

Conrad Russell examines the evil reputation attached to the poll tax.

Conrad Russell finds that it is easier to understand why sheer frustration may have driven Charles to fight than to understand why the English gentry might have wanted to make a revolution against him.