The Politics of Theocracy, 1580–1590
This chapter covers the stormy 1580s, which began with the Libertines in control, saw a Calvinist theocratic regime seize power in 1586, and ended with Libertines as firmly back in the saddle as ever before. The conspiracies, coups, and counter-coups illustrate how closely the contours of religious, social, and political community followed one another in the late 16th century.
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