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PART TWO FOLLOWING SOON…

8 detailed essay plans including points, evidence and analysis:

  • Evaluate the extent to which James I was more effective than Charles I in handling finance
  • How far was James I a more successful king than Charles I
  • How far were ideas of privilege and prerogative to blame for the breakdown in crown and Parliament relations to 1629
  • The reign of Charles I was very different to James I
  • To what extent did religious divisions threaten the state 1603-1629
  • To what extent did the political nation undermine attempts at financial reform
  • ‘Early 17thC monarchs had very limited powers.’ Assess validity of this view.
  • How effective was opposition at altering the monarch’s religious policy 1603-1629

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