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"The Degression of Absolutism" This generally explians the events that transformed England from monarchy to parliament
In 1066, the conquest of England by the Normans caused England to develop into a Monarchy. Bye 1215, with the Magna Carta the absolute power of monarchs in England was already being challenged. As time progressed the power of monarchs decreased and the power of parliament became supreme.
In 1066 William I, setup a strong new ruling class of nobles. This was know as feudalism. At this time the power of a monarch was very high and practically absolute. During the Plantagenet Dynasty Henry I set up a basis for royal courts clashing with nobles over jury system, English common law, and ro…
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