The Scottish Revolution, 1637-1644: The Triumph of the Covenanters

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John Donald, 2003 - Covenanters - 416 pages
In 1637 Scotland exploded in rebellion against King Charles I. This work provides a narrative and analysis which stresses the importance of political motivation, rather than religious conflict. The Covenanters fought for a Scottish parliament free from royal control and for a Presbyterian church.

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About the author (2003)

David Stevenson is Professor Emeritus of Scottish History at the University of St Andrews

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