Lessons of the English revolution (part 3): The revolutionary movement of the exploited (1647-49)

Between 1647 and 1649 the deepening class consciousness of the exploited masses in England was transformed into a revolutionary movement that for a time challenged the very foundations of the state the rising bourgeoisie was trying to consolidate.

The conditions for the bourgeois revolution in Britain: the class struggle within decaying feudal society

By the 14th century the foundations of the feudal system had been undermined throughout western Europe, creating the conditions for the emergence of a new mode of production.This article examines how the conditions for the bourgeois revolution in England matured within decaying feudal society.

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