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Helping the Suffering - Autobiographical Reflections on Supporting Those in Pain (Paperback): James Muldoon, Jennie Muldoon Helping the Suffering - Autobiographical Reflections on Supporting Those in Pain (Paperback)
James Muldoon, Jennie Muldoon
R183 R152 Discovery Miles 1 520 Save R31 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

Seeing someone you love hurting, and feeling like you can do nothing to help, is hard. We are so nervous about making their suffering worse that we are paralysed into doing nothing. James and Jennie Muldoon are familiar with suffering. They tell their story here, explain how they were supported and comforted by their brothers and sisters in Christ, and give ideas for where to start when we are helping those in pain.

Building Power to Change the World - The Political Thought of the German Council Movements (Hardcover): James Muldoon Building Power to Change the World - The Political Thought of the German Council Movements (Hardcover)
James Muldoon
R1,702 Discovery Miles 17 020 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The German council movements arose through mass strikes and soldier mutinies towards the end of the First World War. They brought down the German monarchy, founded several short-lived council republics, and dramatically transformed European politics. Building Power to Change the World reconstructs how participants in the German council movements struggled for a democratic socialist society. It examines their attempts to democratize politics, the economy, and society through building powerful worker-led organisations and cultivating workers' political agency. Drawing from the practices of the council movements and the writings of theorists such as Rosa Luxemburg, Anton Pannekoek and Karl Kautsky, Building Power to Change the World returns to their radical vision of a self-determining society and their political program of democratization and socialization. It presents a powerful argument for renewed attention to the political theories of this historical period and for their ongoing relevance for democratic politics today.

Council Democracy - Towards a Democratic Socialist Politics (Paperback): James Muldoon Council Democracy - Towards a Democratic Socialist Politics (Paperback)
James Muldoon
R1,001 Discovery Miles 10 010 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The return to public assemblies and direct democratic methods in the wave of the global "squares movements" since 2011 has rejuvenated interest in forms of council organisation and action. The European council movements, which developed in the immediate post-First World War era, were the most impressive of a number of attempts to develop workers' councils throughout the twentieth century. However, in spite of the recent challenges to liberal democracy, the question of council democracy has so far been neglected within democratic theory. This book seeks to interrogate contemporary democratic institutions from the perspective of the resources that can be drawn from a revival and re-evaluation of the forgotten ideal of council democracy. This collection brings together democratic theorists, socialists and labour historians on the question of the relevance of council democracy for contemporary democratic practices. Historical reflection on the councils opens our political imagination to an expanded scope of the possibilities for political transformation by drawing from debates and events at an important historical juncture before the dominance of current forms of liberal democracy. It offers a critical perspective on the limits of current democratic regimes for enabling widespread political participation and holding elites accountable. This timely read provides students and scholars with innovative analyses of the councils on the 100th anniversary of their development. It offers new analytic frameworks for conceptualising the relationship between politics and the economy and contributes to emerging debates within political theory on workplace, economic and council democracy.

Bridging the Medieval-Modern Divide - Medieval Themes in the World of the Reformation (Hardcover, New Ed): James Muldoon Bridging the Medieval-Modern Divide - Medieval Themes in the World of the Reformation (Hardcover, New Ed)
James Muldoon
R3,216 Discovery Miles 32 160 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The debate about when the middle ages ended and the modern era began, has long been a staple of the historical literature. In order to further this debate, and illuminate the implications of a longue duree approach to the history of the Reformation, this collection offers a selection of essays that address the medieval-modern divide. Covering a broad range of topics - encompassing legal, social, cultural, theological and political history - the volume asks fundamental questions about how we regard history, and what historians can learn from colleagues working in other fields that may not at first glance appear to offer any obvious links. By focussing on the concept of the medieval-modern divide - in particular the relation between the Middle Ages and the Reformation - each essay examines how a medievalist deals with a specific topic or issue that is also attracting the attention of Reformation scholars. In so doing it underlines the fact that both medievalists and modernists are often involved in bridging the medieval-modern divide, but are inclined to construct parallel bridges that end between the two starting points but do not necessarily meet. As a result, the volume challenges assumptions about the strict periodization of history, and suggest that a more flexible approach will yield interesting historical insights.

The North Atlantic Frontier of Medieval Europe - Vikings and Celts (Paperback): James Muldoon The North Atlantic Frontier of Medieval Europe - Vikings and Celts (Paperback)
James Muldoon
R1,201 Discovery Miles 12 010 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Discussion of medieval European expansion tends to focus on expansion eastward and the crusades. The selection of studies reprinted here, however, focuses on the other end of Eurasia, where dwelled the warlike Celts, and beyond whom lay the north seas and the awesome Atlantic Ocean, formidable obstacles to expansion westward. This volume looks first at the legacy of the Viking expansion which had briefly created a network stretching across the sea from Britain and Ireland to North America, and had demonstrated that the Atlantic could be crossed and land reached. The next sections deal with the English expansion in the western and northern British Isles. In the 12th century the Normans began the process of subjugating the Celts, thus inaugurating for the English an experience which was to prove crucial when colonizing the Americas in the 17th century. Medieval Ireland in particular served as a laboratory for the development of imperial institutions, attitudes, and ideologies that shaped the creation of the British Empire and served as a staging area for further expansion westward.

Trumping the Mainstream - The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right (Hardcover): Lise Esther Herman,... Trumping the Mainstream - The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right (Hardcover)
Lise Esther Herman, James Muldoon
R3,088 Discovery Miles 30 880 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In 2016, the striking electoral success of the UK Vote Leave campaign and Donald Trump's presidential bid defied conventional expectations and transformed the political landscape. Considered together, these two largely unpredicted events constitute a defining moment in the process of the incorporation of far-right populist discourse in mainstream politics. This timely book argues that there has been a change in the fundamental dynamic of the mainstreaming of far-right populist discourse. In recent elections, anti-establishment actors have rewritten the playbook, defeated the establishment and redefined political norms. They have effectively outplayed, overtaken and trumped mainstream parties and policies. As fringe discourse becomes mainstream, how we conceive of the political landscape and indeed the very distinction between a political centre and periphery has been challenged. This book provides new theoretical tools and empirical analyses to understand the ongoing mainstreaming of far-right populism. Offering case studies and comparative research, it analyses recent political events in the US, UK, France and Belgium. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of populism and far-right politics who seek to make sense of recent world-altering events.

Council Democracy - Towards a Democratic Socialist Politics (Hardcover): James Muldoon Council Democracy - Towards a Democratic Socialist Politics (Hardcover)
James Muldoon
R3,084 Discovery Miles 30 840 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The return to public assemblies and direct democratic methods in the wave of the global "squares movements" since 2011 has rejuvenated interest in forms of council organisation and action. The European council movements, which developed in the immediate post-First World War era, were the most impressive of a number of attempts to develop workers' councils throughout the twentieth century. However, in spite of the recent challenges to liberal democracy, the question of council democracy has so far been neglected within democratic theory. This book seeks to interrogate contemporary democratic institutions from the perspective of the resources that can be drawn from a revival and re-evaluation of the forgotten ideal of council democracy. This collection brings together democratic theorists, socialists and labour historians on the question of the relevance of council democracy for contemporary democratic practices. Historical reflection on the councils opens our political imagination to an expanded scope of the possibilities for political transformation by drawing from debates and events at an important historical juncture before the dominance of current forms of liberal democracy. It offers a critical perspective on the limits of current democratic regimes for enabling widespread political participation and holding elites accountable. This timely read provides students and scholars with innovative analyses of the councils on the 100th anniversary of their development. It offers new analytic frameworks for conceptualising the relationship between politics and the economy and contributes to emerging debates within political theory on workplace, economic and council democracy.

Travellers, Intellectuals, and the World Beyond Medieval Europe (Hardcover, New Ed): James Muldoon Travellers, Intellectuals, and the World Beyond Medieval Europe (Hardcover, New Ed)
James Muldoon
R4,839 Discovery Miles 48 390 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

As the articles reprinted in this volume demonstrate, medieval men and women were curious about the world around them. They wanted to hear about distant lands and the various peoples who inhabited them. Travellers' tales, factual such as that of Marco Polo, and fictional, such as Chaucer's famous pilgrimage, entertained audiences across Europe. Colorful mappaemundi placed in churches illustrated these other lands and peoples for those who could not read. Medieval travel literature was not only entertaining, however, it was also informative, generating proto - ethnological information about the world beyond Latin Christendom that provided useful guidance for those such as merchants and missionaries who intended to travel abroad. Merchants learned about safe travel routes to foreign lands, about dangers to be avoided on the roads and at sea, about cultural practices that might interfere with their attempts at trade, and about products that would be suitable for foreign markets. Churchmen read the reports of missionaries to understand the beliefs of Muslims and other non-believers in order to debate with them and to learn their languages. These articles illustrate how travellers' reports in turn shaped the European response to the world beyond Europe, and are set in context in the editor's introduction.

The Medieval Frontiers of Latin Christendom - Expansion, Contraction, Continuity (Hardcover, New Ed): Felipe Fernandez-Armesto The Medieval Frontiers of Latin Christendom - Expansion, Contraction, Continuity (Hardcover, New Ed)
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto; Edited by James Muldoon
R4,743 Discovery Miles 47 430 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The aim of this first volume in the series "The Expansion of Latin Europe" is to sketch the outlines of medieval expansion, illustrating some of the major topics that historians have examined in the course of demonstrating the links between medieval and modern experiences. The articles reprinted here show that European expansion began not in 1492 following Columbus's voyages but earlier as European Christian society re-arose from the ruins of the Carolingian Empire. The two phases of expansion were linked but the second period did not simply replicate the medieval experience. Medieval expansion occurred as farmers, merchants, and missionaries reduced forests to farmland and pasture, created new towns, and converted the peoples encountered along the frontiers to Christianity. Later colonizers subsequently adapted the medieval experience to suit their new frontiers in the New World.

Internal Colonization in Medieval Europe (Hardcover, New Ed): Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, James Muldoon Internal Colonization in Medieval Europe (Hardcover, New Ed)
Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, James Muldoon
R4,868 Discovery Miles 48 680 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Around the year 1000 Rodulfus Glaber described France as being in the throes of a building boom. He may have been the first writer to perceive the early medieval period as a Dark Age that was ending to be replaced by a better world. In the articles gathered here distinguished medieval historians discuss the ways in which this transformation took place. European society was becoming more stable, the climate was improving, and the population increasing so that it was necessary to increase food production. These circumstances in turn led to the cutting down of forests, the draining of wetlands, and the creation of pastures on higher elevations from which the glaciers had retreated. New towns were established to serve as economic and administrative centers. These developments were witness to the processes of internal colonization that helped create medieval Europe.

Trumping the Mainstream - The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right (Paperback): Lise Esther Herman,... Trumping the Mainstream - The Conquest of Democratic Politics by the Populist Radical Right (Paperback)
Lise Esther Herman, James Muldoon
R935 R747 Discovery Miles 7 470 Save R188 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

In 2016, the striking electoral success of the UK Vote Leave campaign and Donald Trump's presidential bid defied conventional expectations and transformed the political landscape. Considered together, these two largely unpredicted events constitute a defining moment in the process of the incorporation of far-right populist discourse in mainstream politics. This timely book argues that there has been a change in the fundamental dynamic of the mainstreaming of far-right populist discourse. In recent elections, anti-establishment actors have rewritten the playbook, defeated the establishment and redefined political norms. They have effectively outplayed, overtaken and trumped mainstream parties and policies. As fringe discourse becomes mainstream, how we conceive of the political landscape and indeed the very distinction between a political centre and periphery has been challenged. This book provides new theoretical tools and empirical analyses to understand the ongoing mainstreaming of far-right populism. Offering case studies and comparative research, it analyses recent political events in the US, UK, France and Belgium. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of populism and far-right politics who seek to make sense of recent world-altering events.

Canon Law, the Expansion of Europe, and World Order (Hardcover, New Ed): James Muldoon Canon Law, the Expansion of Europe, and World Order (Hardcover, New Ed)
James Muldoon
R2,836 Discovery Miles 28 360 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The articles in this volume trace the development of the theory that humanity forms a single world community and that there exists a body of law governing the relations among the members of that community. These ideas first appeared in the writings of the medieval canon lawyers and received their fullest development in the writings of early modern Spanish intellectuals. Conflict and contact with 'the infidel' provided a stimulus for the elaboration of these ideas in the later Middle Ages, but major impetus was given by the English subjugation of Ireland, and by the discovery of the Americas. This body of work paved the way for the modern notions of an international legal order and universal norms of behavior usually associated with the publication of Hugo Grotius's work in the seventeenth century.

The North Atlantic Frontier of Medieval Europe - Vikings and Celts (Hardcover, New Ed): James Muldoon The North Atlantic Frontier of Medieval Europe - Vikings and Celts (Hardcover, New Ed)
James Muldoon
R5,122 Discovery Miles 51 220 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Discussion of medieval European expansion tends to focus on expansion eastward and the crusades. The selection of studies reprinted here, however, focuses on the other end of Eurasia, where dwelled the warlike Celts, and beyond whom lay the north seas and the awesome Atlantic Ocean, formidable obstacles to expansion westward. This volume looks first at the legacy of the Viking expansion which had briefly created a network stretching across the sea from Britain and Ireland to North America, and had demonstrated that the Atlantic could be crossed and land reached. The next sections deal with the English expansion in the western and northern British Isles. In the 12th century the Normans began the process of subjugating the Celts, thus inaugurating for the English an experience which was to prove crucial when colonizing the Americas in the 17th century. Medieval Ireland in particular served as a laboratory for the development of imperial institutions, attitudes, and ideologies that shaped the creation of the British Empire and served as a staging area for further expansion westward.

Competing Voices from the Crusades - Fighting Words (Hardcover, New): James Muldoon, Andrew Holt Competing Voices from the Crusades - Fighting Words (Hardcover, New)
James Muldoon, Andrew Holt
R1,177 Discovery Miles 11 770 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Uniquely multi-perspective, the anthology juxtaposes the recorded experiences and views of participants on the opposing sides in the Crusades. Each chapter focuses on an event, such as the Crusader massacre of the inhabitants of Jerusalem in 1099 and the Siege of Damascus in 1148, and is supported by commentary. Including some sources never before translated into English, the collection applies new perspectives to a popular and much-studied topic. In tone and range, the anthology occupies the middle ground between flimsy popular works lacking source analysis and heavy-duty scholarly works too narrow in scope to appeal to anyone but the specialist. It is perfect for college undergraduates, high school students and readers with a general interest in medieval history. The carefully-chosen contrasting contemporary views of key events, including eyewitness accounts, memoirs and elite views, are laid out in a clear and easy-to-follow format with introductory texts and contextual notes. Together, they provide a unique introduction to the most controversial events of the crusades, allowing readers to formulate their own opinions of them.

The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Paperback):... The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Paperback)
Cornelius James Kirkfleet; Introduction by Peter James Muldoon
R675 Discovery Miles 6 750 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone!

The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Hardcover):... The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Hardcover)
Cornelius James Kirkfleet; Introduction by Peter James Muldoon
R933 Discovery Miles 9 330 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment to protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature. Kessinger Publishing is the place to find hundreds of thousands of rare and hard-to-find books with something of interest for everyone!

The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Hardcover):... The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Hardcover)
Cornelius James Kirkfleet; Introduction by Peter James Muldoon
R1,065 Discovery Miles 10 650 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Paperback):... The Life of Patrick Augustine Feehan - Bishop of Nashville, First Archbishop of Chicago, 1829-1902 (1922) (Paperback)
Cornelius James Kirkfleet; Introduction by Peter James Muldoon
R820 Discovery Miles 8 200 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The German Revolution and Political Theory (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019): Gaard Kets, James Muldoon The German Revolution and Political Theory (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2019)
Gaard Kets, James Muldoon
R2,509 R2,327 Discovery Miles 23 270 Save R182 (7%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book is the first collection within political theory to examine the ideas and debates of the German Revolution of 1918/19. It discusses the political theorists and actors of the revolution and uncovers an incredibly fertile body of political thought. Revolutionary events led to the proliferation of new political strategies, theoretical insights and institutional proposals. Key questions included the debate between a national assembly and a council system, the socialisation of the economy, the development of new forms of political representation and the proper role of parliaments, political parties and trade unions. This book offers novel perspectives on the history of the revolution, a thorough engagement with its main thinkers and an analysis of its relevance for contemporary political thought.

The Americas in the Spanish World Order - The Justification for Conquest in the Seventeenth Century (Hardcover): James Muldoon The Americas in the Spanish World Order - The Justification for Conquest in the Seventeenth Century (Hardcover)
James Muldoon
R1,317 R1,092 Discovery Miles 10 920 Save R225 (17%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Juan de Solorzano Pereira (1575-1654) was a lawyer who spent eighteen years as a judge in Peru before returning to Spain to serve on the Councils of Castile and of the Indies. Considered one of the finest lawyers in Spain, his work, De Indiarum Jure, was the most sophisticated defense of the Spanish conquest of the Americas ever written, and he was widely cited in Europe and the Americas until the early nineteenth century. His work, and that of the Spanish School of international law theorists generally, is often seen as leading to Hugo Grotius and modern international law. However, as James Muldoon shows, the De Indiarum Jure represents the fullest development of a medieval Catholic theory of international order that provided an alternative to the Grotian theory.

Popes, Lawyers, and Infidels - The Church and the Non-Christian World, 1250-1550 (Hardcover): James Muldoon Popes, Lawyers, and Infidels - The Church and the Non-Christian World, 1250-1550 (Hardcover)
James Muldoon
R1,189 Discovery Miles 11 890 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Criticism of the way in which Europeans have treated the inhabitants of the non-European world in the course of European expansion has a long history, Three centuries before Christopher Columbus encountered the American Indians, European intellectuals and clergymen had criticized the treatment of the peoples whom the crusaders and other Europeans met as they moved outward from the heartland of European civilization. The connection between the sixteenth-century Spanish writers who criticized the Spanish conquest of the Americas and medieval writers who criticized the behavior of Europeans toward the non-Europeans they encountered on their borders, is more familiar. Yet, their criticism referred back to medieval legal traditions and arguments about the rights of infidels in the face of European expansion. However, it is the increased recognition of the importance of this connection that has inspired much new research in the field of medieval canon law. The most important theorist of what we now call "race relations", in the Middle Ages, was Sinibaldo Fieschi, a distinguished canon-lawyer, who became Pope Innocent IV (1243-54), whose pontificate is the starting point of this study. As a working canon-lawyer and pope, Innocent's work provides an unusual insight into the whole development of Christian-infidel relations, for his work covers those who lived within Christian Europe, those who were recent converts to Christianity, and those who lived beyond the bounds of Christendom. As pope he initiated the Mongol mission, the first attempt to deal with the Mongol threat to Eastern Europe on a diplomatic level, and to convert the Mongols to Christianity. As a lawyer he was also the author of a commentary on the nature of a just war that became the basis for all future discussion of the rights of infidels who lived in the path of European expansion. A wide knowledge of both legal theory and papal practice blended in a single career and it was this union of these two traditions that formed the intellectual background of Vitoria and Las Casas, and the eminent critics who followed them. This is the first complete study of this subject, based upon a careful analysis of papal and legal sources. Papal sources included letters found in papal registers, including the unpublished Vatican Register 62 which contains only letters dealing with the problems raised by infidel societies. The legal sources include commentaries on the basic texts of canon law that bear on the status of infidels, as well as legal opinions written to deal with specific problems involving Christian-infidel relations. Although directed to specialists and students of this period, this work, original in concept and exceptionally well-written, is sure to find a far wider audience. The whole subject is important, and topical too, in view of the current interest in racism and race relations, itself the subject of the author's Appendix.

John Adams and the Constitutional History of the Medieval British Empire (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.... John Adams and the Constitutional History of the Medieval British Empire (Paperback, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2018)
James Muldoon
R2,081 Discovery Miles 20 810 Out of stock

This book contributes to the increasing interest in John Adams and his political and legal thought by examining his work on the medieval British Empire. For Adams, the conflict with England was constitutional because there was no British Empire, only numerous territories including the American colonies not consolidated into a constitutional structure. Each had a unique relationship to the English. In two series of essays he rejected the Parliament's claim to legislate for the internal governance of the American colonies. His Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law (1765) identified these claims with the Yoke, Norman tyranny over the defeated Saxons after 1066. Parliament was seeking to treat the colonists in similar fashion. The Novanglus essays (1774-75), traced the origin of the colonies, demonstrating that Parliament played no role in their establishment and so had no role in their internal governance without the colonists' subsequent consent.

Empire and Order - The Concept of Empire, 800-1800 (Hardcover, 1999 ed.): James Muldoon Empire and Order - The Concept of Empire, 800-1800 (Hardcover, 1999 ed.)
James Muldoon
R3,095 Discovery Miles 30 950 Out of stock

Empire is an evocative, yet little examined, word. It can mean the domination of vast territories, a Christian world order, a corrupt form of government, or a humanitarian endeavour. Historians relegate the concept of empire to the pre-modern world, identifying the state as the characteristic political form of the modern world. This book examines the range of meanings attributed to the concept of empire in the medieval and early modern world, demonstrating how the concepts of empire and state developed in parallel, not sequentially.

The German Revolution and Political Theory (Paperback): Gaard Kets, James Muldoon The German Revolution and Political Theory (Paperback)
Gaard Kets, James Muldoon
R1,875 Discovery Miles 18 750 Out of stock
John Adams and the Constitutional History of the Medieval British Empire (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018): James Muldoon John Adams and the Constitutional History of the Medieval British Empire (Hardcover, 1st ed. 2018)
James Muldoon
R2,369 Discovery Miles 23 690 Out of stock

This book contributes to the increasing interest in John Adams and his political and legal thought by examining his work on the medieval British Empire. For Adams, the conflict with England was constitutional because there was no British Empire, only numerous territories including the American colonies not consolidated into a constitutional structure. Each had a unique relationship to the English. In two series of essays he rejected the Parliament's claim to legislate for the internal governance of the American colonies. His Dissertation on the Canon and Feudal Law (1765) identified these claims with the Yoke, Norman tyranny over the defeated Saxons after 1066. Parliament was seeking to treat the colonists in similar fashion. The Novanglus essays (1774-75), traced the origin of the colonies, demonstrating that Parliament played no role in their establishment and so had no role in their internal governance without the colonists' subsequent consent.

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