The quotations from Bartholomew Steer and Roger Symonds throughout this story are recorded by John Walter in ‘A “Rising of the People”? The Oxfordshire Rising of 1596’ (Walter 1985). Other quotations are from Hill 1991 and Standing 2019.
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HILL, Christopher. 1991. The World Turned Upside down: Radical Ideas during the English Revolution. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
KINGSNORTH, Paul. 2008. Real England: The Battle against the Bland. London: Portobello.
LINEBAUGH, Peter. 2014. Stop, Thief! The Commons, Enclosures, and Resistance. Oakland, CA: PM Press.
SHRUBSOLE, Guy. 2019. Who Owns England? How We Lost Our Green & Pleasant Land & How to Take It Back. London: William Collins.
STANDING, Guy. 2019. Plunder of the Commons: A Manifesto for Sharing Public Wealth. London: Pelican.
WALTER, John. 1985. ‘A “Rising of the People”? The Oxfordshire Rising of 1596’. Past & Present, 107(1), May 1985, 90–143.
WALTER, John. 2006. ‘A “Rising of the People”? The Oxfordshire Rising of 1596’. In John WALTER. 2006. Crowds and Popular Politics in Early Modern England. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 73-123.
WALTER, John. 2019. ‘Afterword’. In Ra PAGE (ed.). 2019. Resist: Stories of Uprising. Manchester: Comma Press, 48-57.
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