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From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 109, Issue 432) Peer-ReviewedEdward Fowler was the vicar of St. Giles Cripplegate in London and his open support for the Revolution of 1688 made it possible for him to become the Bishop of Gloucester in 1691. His rise was even more ominous in view...
From:The English Historical Review (Vol. 116, Issue 466) Peer-ReviewedIF the momentous events of the winter of 1688-9 in England can be said to have a pivotal, climactic moment, it must be the deposition of James II and VII. Even three centuries later, the resolution of the House of...
From:Contemporary Economic Policy (Vol. 17, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedThe currency crisis that struck Asian nations in the 1990s has parallel features with England's financial status after the Glorious Revolution of 1688. England, during that era, was mired in debt from external creditors....
From:Law and Contemporary Problems (Vol. 80, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedI INTRODUCTION On the final day of its 2008 term, a sharply divided United States Supreme Court issued a five to four decision in District of Columbia v. Heller. (1) Reversing almost seventy years of settled...
From:Notre Dame Law Review (Vol. 95, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedINTRODUCTION Good evening. It is a great honor and a high privilege to be delivering the Clynes Lecture and to be a part of the University of Notre Dame's London Law at 50 Speaker Series. I want specially to thank...
From:The Journal of Interdisciplinary History (Vol. 26, Issue 4) Peer-ReviewedIn a recent article, North and Weingast argue that the political history of England in the period before the Industrial Revolution illustrates two important propositions: the first, that the establishment of secure and...
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