James II: A Study in Kingship

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James II was not a popular monarch. Humourless and obsessed with his own correctness, he virtually ignored the views of others. However, in many respects, James was more sinned against than sinning. If he failed to understand his subjects, they were full of misconceptions about him. A major theme in this study of James II is the extent to which analysis of him and his reign was based on dubious, factually incorrect information. Dr John Miller is the author of "Popery and Politics in England 1660-1688".

James II: A Study in Kingship 1991, Methuen Publishing Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780413652904

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James II: A Study in Kingship 1989, Methuen Publishing Ltd, London

ISBN-13: 9780413623409

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