England in the Seventeenth Century.
The assumption of absolute monarchy logically implies not only that the king is politically sovereign, but also that he dominate the economic and religious life of his kingdom. Absolute rulers, whether Catholic or Protestant, have always favored a single established religion under their control. King James was victim to the political battles and James's greatest political problem was his Catholicism, which left him alienated from both parties in Parliament. In the seventeenth century, there were several important factors that led the English to move from absolutism to a government in wh…
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