Democratic ideals of integration for international and European nations are as old as the modern nation-state. In the Renaissancemedieval trade flourished in organisations like the Hanseatic Leaguestretching from English towns like Boston and Londonto FrankfurtStockholm and Riga.
But it looks before and after in order to illustrate and supplement what they yield. The Debates have a special value, even beyond the pamphlet literature of the day, in giving us a spontaneous and unconscious revelation of the Puritan mind as it wrestles with its problems, practical and theoretic, in an effort not merely to justify a policy and battle down opposition, but to arrive at truth and agreement.
There are the sharpest cleavages of opinion between the Independents and their allies to the Left, and they sometimes develop an acrimony in debate that suggests outlooks absolutely alien from each other.
But even where they differ most markedly, they talk a common language very foreign to our ears; and all their differences are at last reducible to one: If the leaders on both sides came to the debate with a policy to advance, and with their minds largely closed, the other participants who also reveal the Puritan temper and ideology came both to convince and to be convinced; their presence and intervention are the necessary links between the opponents.
The debates were taken down in shorthand, presumably by Edition: The original notes were doubtless very defective.
At some points the manuscript appears to be relatively correct and complete. At others it presents little more than a series of isolated phrases. Occasionally the order of the speeches is confused, owing as Firth plausibly suggests to the pages of the shorthand notes having got into the wrong order.
What is less easy to explain is how sentences and clauses within a single speech have been wrested from their correct positions: But by far the commonest type of error is precisely the one that would be expected when an unskilful reporter is trying to copy verbatim the speeches in an excited argument: No speech of any length is wholly free from this defect, and what appears at first sight to be an error in order sometimes turns out to be more easily explicable and remediable as an error of omission.
The punctuation, which consists mainly of commas, serves in many instances rather to obscure than to clarify the sense. I have adopted modern punctuation, 2 spelling, and capitalization, since those of the original merely set an obstacle between the reader and the idea.
Wherever feasible, I have restored the order of the manuscript. Finally I have tried at the cost of a great deal of time and labour to leave no speech and no sentence unintelligible.
Assuming the presence of an error of omission wherever the manuscript gave no clear sense, I have added in square brackets such words as seemed necessary to link up the broken fragments and to present in an intelligible form the argument deducible from the speech itself and from the answers that it received.
Nor do I think that it can justly be described as a less conservative text. The general reader who is willing to accept my judgment, can ignore square brackets and letters; the special student has before him the materials with which to construct at any moment his own reading.
Firth has spoken of the extraordinary difficulties presented to an editor of these reports by the state of the original.
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I can only in my own excuse emphasize these difficulties once more, and then record my constant debt to—for it would be impertinence to praise—his editorial labours: Thus they form an ideal point of departure for studying these two major and closely related themes, to whose illustration I have devoted Part III of the volume.
The selections there presented are not the sources, but representative analogues, of the arguments advanced in the Debates. As such they often serve to clarify the meaning of those arguments, and at the same time to illustrate the habit of mind from which the arguments spring.
Less intimate in their revelation than the Debates, they have their own value in exhibiting the Puritan temper and ideology, and are worthy of inclusion on their independent merits since many of them are available to the modern reader only in the largest or most highly specialized library.
Finally the Debates refer to some other documents, intrinsically less interesting perhaps, but essential to an understanding of what is said.
These I have placed in an Appendix, together with some evidence on the religious and political enthusiasms of the New Model, and some material, from the Clarke MSS. But if they are not to be misinterpreted they must be studied in connection with the situation in which the Puritans find themselves.
II Among the victors in the First Civil War with their history of conflicting principles and interests temporarily controlled by the necessity of defeating the enemy only one point was held in common: Beyond this general principle, disagreements at once emerged: Had that sovereignty been civil alone the problem would have presented enormous difficulties, but it was also ecclesiastical.
In the Puritan revolution the religious problem may not have been—was not, in fact—more important than the civil, but in itself it was certainly the more difficult of solution, and it so combined with the civil problem as to render it, too, well-nigh insoluble.
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