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Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 Wallace T. MacCaffrey

Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 By Wallace T. MacCaffrey

Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 by Wallace T. MacCaffrey


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Exploring the interaction between Elizabeth I and her councillors, this study of decision-making in Court and the English Parliament explores the central problem of religious dissent and England's relations with the Continental monarchies.

Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 Summary

Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 by Wallace T. MacCaffrey

Acclaimed for their dramatic rendering of the personalities and forces that shaped Elizabethan politics, Wallace T. MacCaffrey's three volumes thoroughly chronicle the Queen's decision making throughout her reign in a way that combines pleasurable reading with subtle analysis. Together in paperback for the first time, these books will find a wide readership among those interested in debunking Elizabeth's many mythic images and in following the steps of Elizabethan policy-makers as they grapple with the most crucial political problems of their day.

To determine how policy evolved from the interaction between Elizabeth and her councillors from 1572 to the Armada in 1588, MacCaffrey begins with domestic affairs, focusing on the central problem of religious dissent, both Protestant and Catholic. Turning to foreign affairs, he then examines England's external relations with the Continental monarchies and Scotland. Lastly, he analyzes the two focuses of decision making, the Court and Parliament.

Originally published in 1981.

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Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 Reviews

MacCaffrey has written an extraordinarily interesting book. . . . The result is a canvas that is apt to remain the standard picture of early Elizabethan political history for some time to come.---Maurice Lee, Jr., American Historical Review

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GOR004225121
9780691101125
0691101124
Queen Elizabeth and the Making of Policy, 1572-1588 by Wallace T. MacCaffrey
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Princeton University Press
19811021
544
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