Locating seditious memories in England and Wales

in Revolution remembered
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This chapter locates seditious memories in legal records and government papers. In doing so, the ways that sympathies for Parliament and the Republic were expressed in England and Wales are outlined. These include justification of, identification with, and nostalgia for opposition and resistance during the 1640s and 1650s. They are also shown to include ‘prospection’, or the imagination of the restoration of Parliamentarianism and republicanism in the future. The chapter finishes by demonstrating that seditious memories are likely to be representative of a wider body of opinion after the Restoration.

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