Shining new light onto an historically pivotal time, this book re-examines the Tudor commonwealth from a socio-political perspective and looks at its links to its own past. Each essay in this collection addresses a different aspect of the intellectual and cultural climate of the time, going beyond the politics of state into the underlying thought and tradition that shaped Tudor policy. Placing security and economics at the centre of debate, the key issues are considered in the context of medieval precedence and the wider European picture.
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Fred Conrad, Washington University; Paul A. Fideler, Lesley College, Massachusetts; Norman L. Jones, Utah State University; Ben Lowe, Barry University in Miami; T.F. Mayer, Augustana College, Illinois; A.J. Slavin, University of Louisville, Kentucky; Neal Wood, York Univerisy, Ontario; D.R. Woolf, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia