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This collection of essays by distinguished scholars from Britain and North America makes a major contribution to the remapping of early modern British political thought. Focusing on the union of the Anglo-Scottish crowns in 1603, it examines the background to and consequences of the creation of a British monarchy from a distinctively Scottish viewpoint, and sheds new light on the collapse of multiple kingship in the mid-seventeenth century and the Scots' participation in the invention of Britain.
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Roger Ashley Mason is an Australian keyboardist who has been a member of new wave groups Models, Absent Friends and Icehouse.
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