Political Culture in Later Medieval England
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This volume of essays examines the operation of political society at different levels, analysing the mechanisms of power and the content and reception of political languages in particular circumstances. Among the topics discussed are lordships and lawlessness in Lancaster 1370-1400; Yorkshire justices of the peace, 1389-1413; Richard II’s views on kingship; and the Yorkshire risings of 1405. Edited by Michael Braddick after the author’s death in 2004 and with an introduction by GL Harriss.