The Mid-Tudor Crisis, 1545-1565 - British History in Perspective (Paperback)
by David Loades
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This text argues for the surprising stability of government during the period between 1545 and 1565. There were crises - a confused royal succession, economic problems, the search for Church settlement - but there was not a fundamental threat to the state or society. Mary and Northumberland's achievements in particular have been under-rated, originally, to magnify by comparison, those of Elizabeth and, in a sense, the "mid-Tudor crises" was the creation of Elizabethan propaganda. The author has also written "Mary Tudor, A Life", "The Tudor Court", "Politics and the Nation" and "The Reign of Mary Tudor".
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