A.N. Wilson

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The first Puritans weren’t so much killjoys as ardent believers in honest living

The Puritans: A Transatlantic History by David D. Hall reviewed

By A.N. Wilson

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The stubborn old Hanoverians saw new Gunpowder Plots everywhere

Even after Emancipation, anti-Catholic prejudice was entrenched in the monarchy, right up to the coronation of George V

By A.N. Wilson

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