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John Anderson

we have seen, the previous century had seen extensive discussion of the issues of participation, consent, toleration and constrained government. During this period there had emerged in European towns an array of guilds and associations representing trades and interests in which consultative decision-making was the norm. And in England there had clearly developed an implicit understanding that monarchs required some form of consent from their subjects in order to legislate. Nonetheless, the radical intellectual and theological changes initiated by the reformers

in Christianity and democratisation