Key Concepts for Parliament in Britain (1640–1800)
Seaward, P., & Ihalainen, P. (2016). Key Concepts for Parliament in Britain (1640–1800). In P. Ihalainen, C. Ilie, & K. Palonen (Eds.), Parliament and Parliamentarism : A Comparative History of a European Concept (pp. 32-48). Berghahn books. European Conceptual History, 1.
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