"Religion's Safe, with Priestcraft is the War": Augustan Anticlericalism and the Legacy of the English Revolution, 1660-1720

The European Legacy 5 (4):547-561 (2000)
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(2000). 'Religion's Safe, with Priestcraft is the War': Augustan Anticlericalism and the Legacy of the English Revolution, 1660-1720. The European Legacy: Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. 547-561.

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