Leaders of the People: Studies in Democratic History by Joseph Clayton

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Author Clayton, Joseph, 1868-1943
Title Leaders of the People: Studies in Democratic History
Contents Preface -- Archbishop Anselm and Norman autocracy, 1093-1130 -- Thomas of Canterbury, the defender of the poor, 1162-1170 -- William FitzOsbert, the first English agitator, 1188-1189 -- Stephen Langton and the Great Charter, 1207-1215 -- Bishop Grosseteste, the reformer, 1235-1253 -- Simon of Montfort and the English Parliament, 1258-1265 -- Wat Tyler and the Peasant Revolt, 1381 -- Jack Cade, the Captain of Kent, 1450 -- Sir Thomas More and freedom of conscience, 1529-1535 -- Robert Ket and the Norfolk Rising, 1549 -- Eliot, Hampden, and Pym and the supremacy of the Commons, 1626-1643 -- John Lilburne and the Levellers, 1647-1653 -- Winstanley the Digger, 1649-1650 -- Major Cartwright, the father of reform, 1776-1820 -- Ernest Jones and Chartism, 1838-1868 -- Conclusion.
Language English
LoC Class DA: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: Great Britain, Ireland, Central Europe
Subject Democracy
Subject Great Britain -- History
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EBook-No. 64437
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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