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Winstanley and the Diggers, 1649-1999 [Paperback]

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June 30 2000 0714681571 978-0714681573 1
This collection of essays explore the the Diggers, a group of 17th century men who shared a vision of a society based on collective ownership of the land. The themes discussed include the continuing power of leader Winstanley's writings, ideas on civil liberty and the economic background.

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'An ideal introduction to current work on the Diggers, as well as an indispensable collection for serious scholars.' - H-Net

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4.0 out of 5 stars A significant scholarly overview Jan. 2 2005
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This volume brings together papers from a Winstanley conference held in 1999 to celebrate the 350th anniversary of the Digger project. The essays are valuable for setting out clearly what can and cannot be known about Gerrard Winstanley, as well as making thoughtful comparisons with figures as diverse as John of Patmos, Milton, Blake and Marx. A couple of the papers expand upon the more general social context in which Winstanley acted. That said, these are conference papers by academic historians; literary gems they are not. Important reading, useful reading? Yes. Inspiring or inspired? Ah, no.
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