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Annabel Brett, Fabian Steininger, Tobias Adler-Bartels, Juan Pablo Scarfi, and Jan Surman

discussion of Hamlet . But war—whether civil or foreign (and the two could not be separated in seventeenth-century Europe)—is one of the remarkable silences of the first two chapters of this book, even though it was the defining political experience of the

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Representative Government in the Dutch Provinces

The Controversy over the Stadtholderate (1705–1707) and Simon van Slingelandt

Bert Drejer

, township, hamlet, or district.” This assembly had “the power of peace and war and the imposition of taxes” to finance the common defense against the sea and foreign enemies. 22 De Hooghe likewise maintains that in times of need the nobles and towns used to

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Paolo Motta

, and their protection and integration into the contemporary scenario should be a basic factor in town planning, land development, and environmental protection. All human dwellings, from those in hamlets to those in larger cities, are formed by tangible