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1 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army

2 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87)

3 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69)

4 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69)

5 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69)

6 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A)

7 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A)

8 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A)

9 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

10 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

11 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

12 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

13 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

14 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING (FC. 96C) Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

15 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

16 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

17 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

18 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

19 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

20 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

21 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Fr Revolution  Democr. ideas spread across globe (FC. 105) Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

22 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Fr Revolution  Democr. ideas spread across globe (FC. 105) Bank of Eng. (f.1694) repays loans w/interest Faith in gov.  Invest in Bank  Helps econ. Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

23 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Fr Revolution  Democr. ideas spread across globe (FC. 105) Bank of Eng. (f.1694) repays loans w/interest Faith in gov.  Invest in Bank  Helps econ. Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

24 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Fr Revolution  Democr. ideas spread across globe (FC. 105) Bank of Eng. (f.1694) repays loans w/interest Faith in gov.  Invest in Bank  Helps econ. Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion Spreads across globe (FC. 116) Indus. Rev. in Eng. (FC. 111) (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)

25 FC.96 THE ENGLISH REVOLUTION ( ) “GLORIOUS REV.” (1688)  CONST. MONARCHY  LAW IS ABOVE KING Fr Revolution  Democr. ideas spread across globe (FC. 105) Bank of Eng. (f.1694) repays loans w/interest Faith in gov.  Invest in Bank  Helps econ. Polit. rights for men with property: Parl. grants taxes 1 yr. at a time Parliament. elections every 2 yrs Civil rights for all Englishmen: Freedom of speech & religion Spreads across globe (FC. 116) Indus. Rev. in Eng. (FC. 111) (FC. 96C) Right to due process of law for all Strife over govt, taxes & relig Reaction  New regime Engl. Civil Wars ( )  Puritan-controlled Parli. wins  Beheads king (1649)(FC.96B) Army & Parl. Split over relig., money, & govt.  Cromwell’s milit. dictatorship in 1650s FC.96B) Restore Mon. (1661)  Calm until James II’s Cath. policies  Glorious Rev. (1688))(FC.96C) Rel. wars  People want peace  Abs. Mon’s (FC. 87) England an island  More trade & few invasions  Strong MC & less need for army Elizabeth I’s moderate relig. settlement, moderate treatment of Parliament, & selling of royal estates to meet expenses (FC. 87) Inflation (FC. 88) Inflation (FC. 88) Magna Charta  More democ. traditions (FC. 69) Clashes b/w absolutist-minded James I ( ) & Charles I ( ) vs. largely Puritan & middle class Parliament over: Religion: Cath-style ritual, dogma & hierarchy of clergy under king Money: Rising customs duties & demands for $ for lavish court (FC. 96A) (FC. 96B)


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