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Author Murphy, Andrew R., 1967-
Title Liberty, conscience, and toleration [electronic resource] : the political thought of William Penn / Andrew R. Murphy.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2016]



Descript xiii, 301 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. William Penn in England and America: An Approach to Political Thought in Context -- 2. Emergence: 1668-1671 -- 3. Debut: The Peoples Ancient and Just Liberties -- 4. Plot: Parliament, Popery, and Liberty, 1678-1681 -- 5. Founding: Theory Meets Practice? -- 6. Revolution: William Penn and James II 1685-1688 -- 7. Return: The 1690s -- 8. Legacy? -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note .
ISBN 9780190271190 (hardback)
9780190271206 (electronic)
9780190271213 (electronic)
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Author Murphy, Andrew R., 1967-
Subject Political science -- Philosophy.
Freedom of religion -- United States -- History.
Religious tolerance -- United States -- History.
Liberty -- History.
Religion and state.
Descript xiii, 301 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. William Penn in England and America: An Approach to Political Thought in Context -- 2. Emergence: 1668-1671 -- 3. Debut: The Peoples Ancient and Just Liberties -- 4. Plot: Parliament, Popery, and Liberty, 1678-1681 -- 5. Founding: Theory Meets Practice? -- 6. Revolution: William Penn and James II 1685-1688 -- 7. Return: The 1690s -- 8. Legacy? -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note .
ISBN 9780190271190 (hardback)
9780190271206 (electronic)
9780190271213 (electronic)
Author Murphy, Andrew R., 1967-
Subject Political science -- Philosophy.
Freedom of religion -- United States -- History.
Religious tolerance -- United States -- History.
Liberty -- History.
Religion and state.

Subject Political science -- Philosophy.
Freedom of religion -- United States -- History.
Religious tolerance -- United States -- History.
Liberty -- History.
Religion and state.
Descript xiii, 301 pages ; 25 cm
Contents Machine generated contents note: -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- 1. William Penn in England and America: An Approach to Political Thought in Context -- 2. Emergence: 1668-1671 -- 3. Debut: The Peoples Ancient and Just Liberties -- 4. Plot: Parliament, Popery, and Liberty, 1678-1681 -- 5. Founding: Theory Meets Practice? -- 6. Revolution: William Penn and James II 1685-1688 -- 7. Return: The 1690s -- 8. Legacy? -- Bibliography -- Index.
Note .
ISBN 9780190271190 (hardback)
9780190271206 (electronic)
9780190271213 (electronic)

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