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Absolutism in the Seventeenth Century
Absolutism is a form of government in which only one person holds the absolute power. During this period there was relative political stability throughout Europe, wars still occurred, but on a much less intense level. All the ascendant states (France, Prussia, Austria, Russia, and England) central governments gained authority. In England, the central government was still stable, however, the monarchy weakened. Overall, during this period, important social, political and economic changes took…
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