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The development of modern absolutism began with the emergence of European nation-states toward the end of the 15th century and flourished for more than 200 years. It is, best exemplified by the reign (1643-1715) of King Louis XIV of France. His declaration 'L'état, c'est moi' ('I am the state') sums up the concept of the Divine Right of Kings. The factors that led the English to not travel the road to absolutism, unlike their French counter parts, are complicated and occurred over long period of time. The intermixture of the struggle between monarch and parliament, mainly The House…
- "The Degression of Absolutism" This generally explians the events that transformed England from monarchy to parliament
- Absolutism in Easter Europe
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