This paper examines the perception and usage of Magna Carta in interregnum England. The central question is whether or not Oliver Cromwell ever referred to this royal document as the "Magna Farta." While one of the most common posthumous charges against him was a disdain for Magna Carta and English rights, accounts of his calling it a "Magna Farta" are questionable. The ways in which the Magna Carta was actually used under Cromwell rather seems to indicate a different opinion. Essentially, this paper compares royalist propaganda with the Commonwealth's accounts.
Palthe, Daniel R.
"Royalist Propaganda: Fabrication of Magna Farta,"
The Hilltop Review: Vol. 11:
2, Article 9.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/hilltopreview/vol11/iss2/9
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