Historiography for AQA Triumph of Elizabeth

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Can anyone give me some historiography for this question
“Between the years 1571-1588, the catholic threats were neutralised with relative ease”
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Do you own the AQA Pearson revision guide for The Triumph of Elizabeth? Has plenty of historiography in there.
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To agree with the question that Catholics weren't much of a threat and were therefore easily neutralised:Haigh: “Influence of Seminary Priests much exaggerated –as has the growth of recusansy, Mission brought nothing new to English R.Catholicism and made numerous mistakes, turning existing Roman Catholic groups throughout the country into a ‘rump community’ confined to the gentry families in the North”Suggests that the Priests do not go further than the S.East as have come from ferry ports.
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