Abstract

This essay, by one of the founding fathers of early modern Revisionism, serves both as an account of the history of the concept, exploring what it was about existing historiographies of the origins and course of the English revolution that occasioned such an intellectual revolt, and as an account of the fissures and fractures within Revisionism. It concludes with a reflection on what has survived of lasting value and what informs current thinking about the origins and course of the British civil wars or mid-seventeenth-century British revolution.

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Additional Information

ISSN
1544-399X
Print ISSN
0018-7895
Pages
pp. 577-594
Launched on MUSE
2016-02-24
Open Access
No
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