Mary I and Mid-Tudor Crisis Historiography

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Which historians were the first to advocate a Mid-Tudor Crisis?
A.F. Pollard and S.T. Bindoff - although it was first made explicit by W.R.D Jones
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Pollard's view of Mary's reign?
'sterile' in nature
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C.S.L Davies' view of Mary's reign?
put her accession as ‘The only successful rebellion in Tudor history’, England’s Protestantism on paper, but majority Catholicism in practice had accepted Mary as the Queen of England
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Loach and Tittler (MTC)
the 'little Tudors' were significant
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Loades (MTC)
the term is 'unhelpful'
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Duffy and Haigh (support)
Mary worked with the grain of public opinion
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Pollard's view of Mary's reign?

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'sterile' in nature

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C.S.L Davies' view of Mary's reign?

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Loach and Tittler (MTC)

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Loades (MTC)

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