Access to History: Change and Protest 1536-88: Mid-Tudor Crises?
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This title covers the crises that took place during 1536-88, and analyses the resulting social, political, foreign, economic and religious changes. The role and power of parlimaments during this period are also assessed, as is the nature and effect of protest and rebellion.