Revel, Riot, and Rebellion

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December 19, 2012

 

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Thus Underdown's hypothesis is, "that contrasts in popular allegiance had a regional basis, and were related to local differences in social structure, economic development, and culture." He draws from these local differences two typologies; that of arable farming and woodland/pasture areas. The arable village, with its neighborhood and custom bound structure, was generally Royalist due to its manorial based hierarchy where all members of society had, and accepted, their natural place...
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Thus Underdown's hypothesis is, "that contrasts in popular allegiance had a regional basis, and were related to local differences in social structure, economic development, and culture." He draws from these local differences two typologies; that of arable farming and woodland/pasture areas. The arable village, with its neighborhood and custom bound structure, was generally Royalist due to its manorial based hierarchy where all members of society had, and accepted, their natural place...
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