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This text examines the early modern period and begins by focusing on France, examining the Valois and Bourbon monarchs and the modes of operation they employed. The second part of the text looks at early modern Europe, making the distinction between "absolute" and "limited" monarchs.
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'This thoughtful, wide-ranging and often spikey book xxx; a valuable corrective to much that has been written on the period. It deserves wide attention.'
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