Articles By S.J.D. Green
 
December 2012
Robert Beaken's new biography of Cosmo Lang reveals an Archbishop who, in times of war and crisis, put public good before private gain
 
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December 2012
The Church of England is part of this country's identity and the key to its past, according to Roger Scruton in his superb new book, Our Church
 
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June 2011
Liberal objections to the British monarchy overinflate its symbolic significance
 
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About S.J.D. Green

S.J.D. Green is Professor of Modern History at the University of Leeds and a fellow of All Souls College, Oxford. He is the author of The Passing of Protestant England (Cambridge University Press).

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