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A Short History of Parliament

1295-1642

Author:

Faith Thompson

A Short History of Parliament
A Short History of Parliament

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A Short History of Parliament

Faith Thompson received her Ph.D. from Princeton University in 1975. She was a professor at the University of Minnesota.

A Short History of Parliament

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

Part I. Parliament in the Later Middle Ages

I. ENGLAND IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
II. THE FORM AND COMPOSITION OF PARLIAMENT
HI. ELECTED, ELECTORS, AND ELECTIONS
IV. POWERS, PROCEDURE, AND PRIVILEGES
v. PARLIAMENT AT WORK: ACTUAL SESSIONS
VI. THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE "MEN OF LAW"

Part II. Parliament in the Tudor Period

VII. ENGLAND IN THE AGE OF THE TUDORS
VIII. CONTINUITY PLUS PROGRESS
IX. PARLIAMENT IN THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH I
x. PARLIAMENT AT WORK: ACTUAL SESSIONS
viii A SHORT HISTORY OF PARLIAMENT

Part III. Parliament in the Early Stuart Period

XL THE ENGLAND OF THE EARLY STUARTS
XII. THE WINNING OF THE INITIATIVE
XIII. THE OPPOSITION IN ACTION, 1621
XIV. CHARLES I AND HIS PARLIAMENTS, 1625-1629
xv. THE LONG PARLIAMENT COMES TO THE RESCUE

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

INDEX