The Parliamentary Commons and the Crisis of English Governance in the 1380s

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Gwilym Dodd offers a new perspective on the role of the Commons as agitators for reform in the 1380s, the Commons’ relationship with the Appellants, and on their interaction with the Lords in the formulation of a common parliamentary agenda.

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