This Realm Of England: V. 2 (History Of England (Houghton Mifflin Company : Eighth Edition), 2.)
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Críticas I. Medieval Twilight: 1399 to 1485 1. The Curse of Disputed Succession The Fall of Richard II (1377-1399) Henry IV (1399-1413) Henry V (1413-1422) and the War Against France Henry VI (1422-1461, 1471): Part I, The Years of Minority 2. Economic Collapse and Social Dislocation Changes in the Structure and Spirit of Feudalism The Black Death (1348, 1361, 1369) Economic Crisis (1400-1475) The Peasantry The Yeomanry The Gentry The Baronage Bastard Feudalism The Church 3. The Lion and the Unicorn Henry VI (1440-1461, 1471): Part II, The Years of Incompetence The Failure of Parliament The Dynastic Issue The Wars of the Roses Edward IV (1471-1483) Edward V (April 9-July 6, 1483) Richard III (1483-1485) The Battle of Bosworth Field II. Rebuilding Society, Tudor Style: 1485 to 1547 4. Economic Resurgence and Social Change Prosperity Inflation Enclosures Social and Intellectual Change The Nation-State The Heart of the Realm 5. Old Bottles, New Wines: The Reign of Henry VII The New Monarchy The Succession Secured Financial Solvency and Fiscal Feudalism The Resurgence of Royal Authority and the Rule of Law The Art of Government Tudor Cosmology and the Body Politic 6. This Realm of England Is an Empire King and Cardinal The Lessons of Diplomacy The King's Great Matter The Royal Supremacy 7. The Floodgates of Reformation Debate over the Reformation Acts Written in Blood The Pilgrimage of Grace Religion, Matrimony, and Diplomacy III. Uneasy Equilibrium: 1547 to 1603 8. The Little Tudors The Lord Protector The Failure of Foreign Policy: France and Scotland Religious Turmoil Economic Trauma and Social Upheaval The Wicked Earl Purifying the Church Kingmaking Mary Tudor (1553-1558) Sedition and Heresy The Smithfield Fires 9. Elizabeth of Good Memory Elizabeth I (1558-1603) The Elizabethan Religious Settlement Religion and Diplomacy (1558-1572) John Knox and Mary Queen of Scots The Elizabethan Body Politic The Landed Country Gentleman The Theory of Paternalistic Government Violence in Society Life at the Bottom: The Village and Family Tudor Schooling Renaissance England 10. Crisis and Recessional Cold War--Sixteenth-Century Style The Northern Rebellion Philip II of Spain and His Great Enterprise Mary of Scotland and the Menace of English Catholicism The Armada Puritans and Puritanism The Elizabethan House of Commons The Winds of Economic and Intellectual Change Essex and the Irish Wars Recessional A Woman in a Man's World: The Gender Issue IV. The Demise of the Tudor State: 1603 to 1660 11. Straining the System: The Reign of James I James VI and I (1603-1625) The Failure of Fiscal Reform King and Parliament 'No Bishop, No King' The Gunpowder Plot James on His Own 'No Land Uninhabitable, No Sea Innavigable': Overseas Expansion and the Founding of Colonies Foreign Policy and the Renewed War with Spain 12. Charles I and the Royal Road to War Charles I (1625-1649): A Tidy King The Spiral of Suspicion Eleven Years of 'Brave and Noble Resolutions' (1629-1640) Makeshift Absolutism: Stuart Paternalism and the Policy of 'Thorough' Archbishop Laud and the 'Reform' of the Church War and the Collapse of Personal Rule The Long Parliament 13. 'This Bloody and Unnatural War' The Anatomy of Rebellion 'War Without an Enemy' The Drift Toward Revolution The End of the Old Constitution The Rump Against the Army The Search for Legality A New Foreign Policy Restoring the Monarchy V. Society Restyled: 1660 to 1688 14. Charles II and the Fruits of Revolution John Milton Versus Thomas Hobbes The Restoration: What Was Restored Restoration Politics My Lord of Shaftesbury and the Popish Plot 15. The Triumph of the Oligarchs James II (1685-1689): A King of 'No True Judgment' Turning Back the Clock The European Scene The Glorious Revolution Appendix. Bibliography. Index Reseña del editor This text, which is the second volume in the best-selling History of England series, tells how a small and insignificant outpost of the Roman empire evolved into a nation that has produced and disseminated so many significant ideas and institutions. The Eighth Edition incorporates more women's history, while continuing to provide balanced political and economic coverage with social and cultural history woven throughout.