The English Levellers
Head of Department of Political Studies Andrew Sharp, Andrew Sharp, Raymond Geuss, Quentin Skinner
Cambridge University Press, 1998 M06 11 - 223 páginas
The Levellers were a crucial component of a radically democratic movement during the civil wars in seventeenth-century England. This was to be democratic at a time when the very idea of democracy conjured up nothing good; with its suggestion of anarchy and the 'levelling' of distinctions in rank and of property, even the holding of women in common. This collection of thirteen fully annotated Leveller writings, including their famous Agreements of the People, is important as a contribution not only to the understanding of the English civil wars, but also of democratic theory. The editor's introduction sets the Leveller ideas in their context and, together with a chronology, short biographies of the leading figures and a guide to further reading, will be of interest to students of the English civil wars, the history of political thought and the history of democratic ideas.
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John Lilburne On the 150th page an untitled broadsheet of August1645
Toleration justified and persecution condemned
The freemans freedom vindicated A postscript containing a general proposition
A remonstrance of many thousand citizens and other freeborn people of England to their own House of Commons occasioned through the illegal an...
An arrow against all tyrants and tyranny shot from the prison of Newgate into the prerogative bowels of the arbitrary House of Lords and all other us...
Gold tried in the fire or the burnt petitions revived
An agreement of the people for a firm and present peace upon grounds of common right and freedom as it was proposed by the agents of the five re...
At the General Council of the Army Putney 29 October 1647
To the right honourable the Commons of England in parliament assembled The humble petition of divers wellaffected persons inhabiting the City of ...
Englands new chains discovered or the serious apprehensions of a part of the people in behalf of the commonwealth being presenters promoters and ...
A manifestation from LieutenantColonel John Lilburne Mr William Walwyn Mr Thomas Prince and Mr Richard Overton now prisoners in the Tower...
An agreement of the free people of England tendered as a peaceoffering to this distressed nation by LieutenantColonel John Lilburne Master William...
The young mens and the apprentices outcry Or an inquisition after the lost fundamental laws and liberties of England
according agree Agreement amongst answer appear Army August authority believe better called cause choose church City civil committee Commons commonwealth concerning conscience consider constitution continued Council court Cromwell danger desire destroy difference edited effect election endeavours engaged England equal especially established estates faithful force freedom friends give grievances ground hands hearts honourable hope House imprisoned Independents interest John judge judgement justice king kingdom land late Levellers liberties Lilburne lives London Lords March matters means ment ministers Model nature never officers oppressions original ourselves parliament particular party peace persons petition political Presbyterian present preserve printed question reason receive Regiment religion removed Representative rule safety soldiers taken therein thereof things thought toleration true trust truth unto voice whatsoever whole Writings
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