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Unformatted text preview: him) , in constant need of money *parliament would not give james1 or charles1 enough money b/c it did not trust them b/ c they were mostly puritans dissatisfied with the organization and doctrine of the church of England. Organized to make resistance effective. Only one for the entire country, no provincial or local estates. Parliament was strong in organization and in social interests and wealth that it represented. no king could long govern against its will. Charles I - son of james I, took throne in 1625, attempted to rule w/out parliament, asks parliament for $ for battle against scots, parliament says no, tries to dissolve parliament, parliament revolts, civil war breaks out inter regnum Restoration Charles II - son of Charles I, knows fate of his father and therefore knows not to push the parliament to its extremes....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSC 140 taught by Professor Cobbledick during the Fall '07 term at Eastern CT.
- Fall '07
- International Relations