[Journal] Harvard Ukrainian Studies. Vol. V. No 4

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Rome, 1959-69), 6: 267. SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY VIEWS ON THE K H M E L ' N Y T S ' K Y I UPRISING 443 church hierarchy's resistance against allowing the church to be subsumed under the banner of the Cossack rebels must have weakened his argument. Scholars have long agreed that religion was very important to chroniclers on both sides of the Khmel'nyts'kyi uprising. Late seventeenth- and early eighteenth-century explanations of the revolt by Ukrainian Cossack historians gave prominence to the defense of Orthodoxy as a cause.

Poland and the Commonwealth are represented by the political nation of the nobility. An example is the statement that the Cossacks, since they are "chłopstwo," cannot stand up to the Poles {Polakom). 58 Another example is the warning that concessions to the rebels, who are motivated by inveterate hatred against the Lachs, would only provoke them to ally with the Tatars and to revolt again, and that under such circumstances no noble would want to reside in the Ukraine. Here Lachs clearly means the nobility.

The illegal existence of the church between 1596 and 1632 had undermined a juridical position already less advantageous than that of the Catholic clergy. As in the Catholic church, major posts were reserved for the nobility. Indeed, the rights of nobles were more sweeping in the Orthodox church than in the Catholic church. Resistance to the Union of Brest was built on the insistence that the hierarchy and the clergy could not make decisions without the laity. 43 41 On relations between magnates and other nobles, see Maciszewski, Szlachta polska i jej państwo, pp.

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