World History Ch. 4 sec. 1

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Unformatted text preview: World History Ch. 4 sec. 1 The Age of Absolutism Spanish Monarchs Age of Monarchs The age of monarchs is also referred to as the Age Absolutism . Absolutism is a type of government where the power of the crown is unchecked. The Ruler has absolute authority and the subjects have absolute loyalty. The Nation States have a strong central government during the Age of Monarchs where the monarch holds supreme power. In an absolute monarchy the monarch is the central government. In the movement to Absolute Monarchy away from feudalism , power moved from the regional governments of the feudal estates and the nobles, to the central government the Absolute Monarch . Spain In the 1500s, and early 1600s Spain was the strongest nation in Europe. This strength was based on the wealth Spain obtained from their American Colonies....
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World History Ch. 4 sec. 1 - World History Ch. 4 sec. 1 The...

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