By John Robertson
This quantity of scholarly essays explores the guidelines of union and empire present on the time of the Union among Scotland and England in 1707. It demonstrates for the 1st time the broader value of the Union in Europe and during the English-speaking global. it's a significant contribution to the starting to be curiosity in "British" historical past, yet must also be of substantial curiosity to all scholars of political and financial unions, an issue of accelerating value and noticeable relevance in modern Britain, Europe and North the USA.
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