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The authors were W. Sellar — and R. Simon de Montfort's Idea was to make the Parliament more Representative by inviting one or two vergers, or vergesses, to come from every parish, thus causing the only Good Parliament in History. Noticing some fair-haired children in the slave market one morning, Pope Gregory, the memorable pope, said in Latin , 'What are those? Chapter 3, page Test paper I, page Rubric in mock exam paper.
Written by W. Sellar and R. Raphael Samuel saw and All That as a product of the post- First World War debunking of British greatness, very much in the tradition of Eminent Victorians :  as he put it, "that much underrated anti-imperialist tract and All That punctured the more bombastic claims of drum-and-trumpet history". Both the Tory view of a 'great man' history, and the liberal pieties of Whig history are undermined in the work, in the then contemporary style of such serious historians as Namier and Herbert Butterfield. The book is a parody of the style of history teaching in English schools at the time, in particular of Our Island Story. The book is full of examples of half-remembered and mixed-up facts.
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text I love it Sellar and R. Yeatman first published their writing in "Punch".
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