Politicians and Pamphleteers reveals the importance of print to the English political world of the Civil Wars and Interregnum period. It explores how print propaganda came to the fore during these years as public opinion became a factor of dramatically enhanced importance, fundamentally altering the nature of the political society during the mid seventeenth century.radical literature and thought of the seventeenth century, and the writings of those on the fringes of political and ... to a#39;contexta#39;, a#39;authorial intentiona#39; and the importance of contemporary reception and perception for establishing a#39;meaninga#39;. ... Religion, and the British Revolutions: the Mind of Samuel Rutherford ( Cambridge, 1997); J. Coffey, a#39;Samuel Rutherford and the ... Daly, a#39;John Bramhall and the theoretical problems of royalist moderationa#39; , JBS 11 ( 1971 ); W. Epstein, a#39;Judge Davidanbsp;...
|Title||:||Politicians and Pamphleteers|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2004|