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Tim Harris is Munro-Goodwin-Wilkinson Professor in European History at Brown University. He is the author of numerous essays, articles, and books on British history in the early modern period, including most recently Restoration: Charles II and His Kingdoms 1660-1685 and Revolution: The Great Crisisof the British Monarchy, 1685-1720.
Table of Contents
Preface 1. 'How to Reigne Well' Part I: JAMES VI AND I 2. James VI 3. A Stranger in the Land 4. Settling the Affairs of Religion 5. 'One Good Steward would put all in Order' 6. Ireland and Scotland under James I 7. The Bohemian Revolt and the Crisis of the Early 1620s Part II: CHARLES I 8. A Prince 'bred in Parliaments' 9. Halcyon Days or Perilous Times? 10. Contumacious Troublers and Disquieters of the Peace 11. Scotland and Ireland under Charles I 12. The British Crisis 13. The Grievances of the Commonwealth 14. The Irish Rebellion and the Drift to War 15. The Rise of Royalism Conclusion Notes Bibliography Index