An Early Modern Crisis of Civil Liberties: King, Parliament, and the Law in England, 1625-1629
Compares the political/constitutional crisis in 1620s England to that of the US post-9/11
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 11, pp.1-6.
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Robert Zaller has written, coauthored, edited, coedited and translated fourteen books of history, criticism, fiction, and verse. His work has appeared in numerous learned journals in the US and abroad. His primary fields of interest are: early modern England; early modern Europe; modern literature and film. His awards include a Guggenheim fellowship (US). He has served on the advisory board of the Yale Center for Parliamentary History.
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