Absolutism in the English society in the seventeenth century
In the seventeenth century, there were several important factors that led the English to move from absolutism to a government in which the monarch had little power and Parliament had more power. The factors that led to this include the events during the reign of the Stuart kings, James I and Charles I; religious problems and diversity; and Oliver Cromwell's absolutist rule. James I, the founder of the Stuart line of English kings, was a firm believer in the divine right of kings, as was his son, Charles I, who ruled for eleven years without ever summoning Parliament. Simultaneously, th…
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