KING JOHN: And the Road to Magna Carta
King John (1166-1216) has long been seen as the epitome of a bad king. But in this authoritative biography, his reign is presented as a turning point in English history. With an eye for detail, Church reveals how a king famous for his misrule gave rise to Magna Carta, the blueprint for good governance.
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