ABSOLUTISM TO CONSTITUTIONALISM

ABSOLUTISM TO CONSTITUTIONALISM
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  • HE'S OUR NEW "MAJESTY"?
  • YOU ALREADY KNOW I AM YOUR DIVINE KING, STOP BEGGING FOR WAVES. YOU ALL CAN CHEER MY ARSE.
  • James I ruled by the Divine Right of Kings; he has total power over life, liberty and property of his people.
  • THE KING IS COMING!
  • YOU DON'T HAVE THE RIGHT TO TAKE THAT WINE AND WOOL!
  • Charles I believed in absolutism, unfairly taxed his people for goods and dismissed Parliament 
  • THAT'S UNJUST!!!
  • YOU DON'T KNOW WHAT YOU'RE TALKING ABOUT.
  • During the time of the series of armed conflicts and political schemes between Parliament and the Royalists, known as the English Civil War, Charles I was beheaded for treason. The Parliamentarian won the battle in 1651.
  • After the death of Charles, a new king did not assume power until 1660. The period from 1649-1660, when England was without a king, is called the English Interregnum.
  • Well, what now?
  • I am here! Welcome back Parliament, Anglican Church, and of course the courts of law and systems on local government!
  • Charles II ended The Interregnum and birthed The Restoration as he took over Europe. 
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