To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. / Champion, Justin; Aston, N. (Editor); Cragoe, M. (Editor).

Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain. UK, 2000. p. 42-66.

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To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. / Champion, Justin; Aston, N. (Editor); Cragoe, M. (Editor).

Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain. UK, 2000. p. 42-66.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Champion, J, Aston, N (ed.) & Cragoe, M (ed.) 2000, To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. in Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain. UK, pp. 42-66.

APA

Champion, J., Aston, N. (Ed.), & Cragoe, M. (Ed.) (2000). To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. In Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain (pp. 42-66).

Vancouver

Champion J, Aston N, (ed.), Cragoe M, (ed.). To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. In Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain. UK. 2000. p. 42-66

Author

Champion, Justin ; Aston, N. (Editor) ; Cragoe, M. (Editor). / To govern is to make subjects believe’: anticlericalism, politics and power, c1680-1717’. Anticlericalism in Early Modern Britain. UK, 2000. pp. 42-66

BibTeX

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