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First published in 1987, Archbishop William Laud shows how Laud dragged the English Church, and with it English society, towards a new and radical version of Anglicanism. Carlton presents Laud in the context of his times, showing how closely his personal life and character were woven into his political and religious career. By using Laud's personal papers, his letters and diary, Carlton draws a psychological profile of this most insecure man. He analyses Laud's dreams, revealing that both awakedoi:10.4324/9781003383499 fatcat:k7uwiy22zbd5lk7xucttv44dva