Early Modern Spain: A social History explores the solidarities
which held the Spanish nation together at this time of conflict and
change. The book studies the pattern of fellowship and patronage at
the local level which contributed to the notable absence of popular
revolts characteristic of other European countries at this time. It
also analyses the Counter-Reformation, which transformed religious
attitudes, and which had a huge impact on family life, social
control and popular culture. Focusing on the main themes of the
development of capitalism, the growth of the state and religious
upheaval, this comprehensive social history sheds light on changes
throughout Europe in the critical early modern period.
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