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Can you please recommend books and/or journal articles that deal with the English response/reaction to Anne Hutchinson and the so-called Antinomian Controversy--during (which is unlikely I suspect) but more importantly the aftermath.
Vivian Bruce Conger, Associatiate Professor of History
The following is the Table of Contents for Huntington Library Quarterly Spring 2016 issue (Volume 79.1), published by the University of Pennsylvania Press.
"The Mayor and the Saint: Remaking Norwich’s Gild of St. George,1548-49" by Ben R. McRee
"Archery and Social Memory in Sixteenth-Century London" by Jim Ellis