|Series||Economic history review -- 1|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
In Relations into Rhetorics, Peter Bearman demonstrates how the structure of gentry social relations in England underwent a profound social transformation in the period from to , laying the groundwork for civil war. This transformation undermined kinship, the traditional mechanism of power for local elites, and replaced it with a national system of patronage-clientage that enabled Author: Peter Bearman. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Stone, Lawrence. Social change and revolution in England, [London] Longmans  (OCoLC) Lloyd, Howell A. , The gentry of south-west Wales, , by Howell A. Lloyd University of Wales P Cardiff Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. An immensely useful volume. HISTORY Kent was at the heart of the nation's history during the period of the Reformation, the reign of Queen Elizabeth I and the decades leading up to the English Civil Wars. This specially commissioned new history offers an accessible but scholarly introduction to the county's history during a century of extraordinary developments.
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