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The Tudor Regime

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Historians of Tudor government have mostly been concerned with the development and structure of its institutions, while social historians have concentrated upon the composition and fortunes of different groups in society.
Unknown Binding, 486 pages
Published January 1st 1979 by Clarendon Press
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Adrian Hunt
Apr 20, 2014 rated it liked it
Well written, interesting text book on Tudor history. I enjoyed the layered detail and the way the author conveyed a sense of the wielding of power in ways that seemed credible and realistic. Particularly revealing was the depiction of the evolution of the court system during the Tudors and how the developments laid the foundation for some of the courts that still exist today.
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