Michael Braddick is Professor of History at the University of Sheffield, and has held academic positions and visiting Fellowships in the USA, Australia, France, and Germany. He has written extensively on the social, economic and political life of early modern England, Britain and the Atlantic, particularly in relation to state formation, popular politics and the English revolution. His most recent book is The Common Freedom of the People: John Lilburne and the English Revolution.
Power over our world, power over each other Introduction. The history of political life on Britain 1. Political life: collective and differential power What needs to be done and what can be achieved 2. Mobilising ideas 3. Changing material conditions 4. Organizational capacity Patterns in the uses of political power 5. Political inclusion: who gets to make things happen? 6. Geographies of political power and identity: which groups take action for what purposes? 7. Change over time: phases in the history of political life Conclusion. Globalizing Britain's past: parallel and shared histories Further reading
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