By Force or by Default
Revolution of 1688-89
Edited by Eveline Cruickshanks
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About the Book
Published on the tercentenary of what is sometimes knows as "The Glorious Revolution", this collection of essays examines the events of 1688-89 and discards old myths. American and British historians tackle the subject from different angles, each contributing to the overall view.
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