By H. N. Brailsford
Edited by Christopher Hill
To our generation fell the good fortune of re-discovering the Levellers. To the classical liberal historians they meant rather less than nothing. This neglect is puzzling. At the crisis of the English Revolution it was the Levellers and not from its commanders that the victorious New Model army derived its political ideas and its democratic drive.
816 pages | Indexed
ISBN: 978 0 85124 1548
Paperback | Socialist Classics 5