AP European History
Political and economic conditions that leads to the civil conflict
At the turn of the 17 hundred years, England, just like many other Europe started centralizing their govt. The country become stable and powerful under Elizabeth's polique rule. Nevertheless , after her death, frontrunners such as James I and Charles I actually undo her improvements, because they create politics and financial problem that eventually result in the civil war. During and at the death of Elizabeth, Britain was unarguable at a Golden Age group. It's a language renaissance that is symbolized by simply renewed nationwide pride, improved central power, religious peace and naviero triumph over the hated Catholic Spanish armada. On comparison, The Stuart period seems much darker. The first Stuart on the tub, James My spouse and i, had experience of ruling since the king of Ireland. However , this did not put together him pertaining to England, since the lack of legislative house make him used to performing whatever he wants, with no opinion and voices in the nobles. He often argue with the parliaments, thus in ways slowing breaking England in two aspect. He as well came up with the brand new extended edition of the " divine right of kings”, which considerably distressed the parliament for it promotes peonage. In a reaction to that, the parliament often acted to obstruct and stop the ruler instead of helping him as well as the central government. His religion also turn into a serious problem, since unlike Anglican and Catholic, who have no difference in worshiping and services, Puritans have huge difference between the Anglican. Puritan does not have any kind of showy points, such as complex services and churches, and hymns. This isolates the Anglican Brit, as James should be the innovator of the chapel, not an individual of different religious. Likewise the facts that James is English a greater distance discredit him from the persons. His heir, Charles the first, do much even worse. He had various conflict together with the parliament. Significant when...