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Magna Carta: A Very Short Introduction (321)

Magna Carta: A Very Short Introduction (321)
This Very Short Introduction introduces the Magna Carta to a modern audience, explaining its origins in the troubled reign of King John, and exploring its significance in the eight centuries since 1215.
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ISBN/EAN: 9780199582877
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Publisher: Oxford University Press
Author: Nicholas Vincent
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The Magna Carta has long been considered the foundation stone of the British Constitution. It is a totemic symbol of the subject's right to protection against the raw and absolute authority of the sovereign. Drawing upon the great advances that have been made in the past two decades in our understanding of thirteenth-century English history, Nicholas Vincent demonstrates why the Magna Carta continues to be of enormous popular interest.
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