Social Divisions, Religious Divisions
This chapter sets the Calvinist–Libertine conflict in a specific social context. It examines Utrecht's social structures and analyses the composition of the two religious parties there. From this analysis emerges an explanation as to why the Calvinist–Libertine conflict attained such unequalled vehemence in Utrecht.
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