Examines the nature of the first regime ever to have effective
control of the British Isles and the impact that it had on England,
Ireland, Scotland and Wales, and on Britain's international
reputation. One of the few stuides to view the period as one of
acheivement rather than merely a reactionary regime. Examines the
aspirations of the Cromwellian Protectorate and underlines their
committemnt to a radical vision, despite the pressures and crises
that the regime faced. Examines the international dimension of the
rules of Oliver and Richard Cromwell. Containing many key documents
of the period and a bibliographical essay, considers A and AS level
requirements as well as being valuable to undergraduates and
general readers. -- .
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