Charles I – a failure of absolutism?


Charles I – a failure of absolutism?.


What are some of the differences you can remember between a Catholic and a Protestant church? What was different about the way the church was run?

The main reason was that England had a parliament, who although they accepted Charles I’s claim that he had divine right to rule, they did not believe this meant that he could ignore them. Also Charles was unlucky In addition, his personality prevented his success as an absolutist Religious conflict also created many problems in England in the 17th century.

Anything to show parliament was causing the problems for Charles Where Charles was just unlucky Anything to show Charles’ personality was the problem Anything to show that religion was the problem.

Task: Now use what you have highlighted to summarise each reason Charles I failed as an absolutist.

Parliament caused the problems for Charles Charles was just unlucky Charles’ personality was the problem Religion was the problem.

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