Domestic and Foreign Conflicts of England, 1350 - 1950
Analyses project technical rept. no. 1
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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There is a reasonable possibility that any causal nexus between the internal conflicts and the external conflicts of a given nation may change with changes in its slower-moving social parameters. If so, an investigation of a long historical period for a single state might help to explain anomalies found in studies of shorter historical periods. It was therefore proposed to a study a spaced-out series of violent conflict episodes over a period of about six centuries, thus including social, religious, political, and scientific belief changes. England was chosen for long period study.
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