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Is the reference at the end of this paragraph (look for the [1]) the person's view who wrote this book, or only the person he is referencing? I am confused because he is not stating an entire quote, but he referenced this, so is it also his view?

The argument that ******* feudalism was the fundamental cause
of the Wars of the Roses is second only to dynastic legitimacy
in antiquity. Its development is particularly associated with
Charles Plummer and William Denton in the late-nineteenth
century. In the mid-fifteenth century, the argument ran, the
government of England was paralysed by the overgrown power
and insubordination of the nobles, especially overmighty subjects
who were able to pursue their own private quarrels without let
or hindrance. The origin of this evil was supposed to lie in the
development of ******* feudalism in the reign of Edward III.
After 1399 the government was 'controlled, if not directed', by
half a dozen of these mighty peers. The wars resulted from the
collapse of central control and were in effect a repetition on a
large scale of those private wars which distracted almost every
country.[1]
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