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EARLY MODERN STATE-BUILDING, THE SCANDINAVIAN MACHTSTAAT, AND THE SHORTCOMINGS OF ANGLO-SAXON SCHOLARSHIP

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This Review Article discusses recent work on the Scandinavian Machtstaat, taking a critical attitude towards recent Anglo-Saxon scholarship on the state and absolute monarchy in the early modern period.

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2003-01-01
2016-09-25

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