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8 detailed essay plans including argument points, evidence to support and analysis.

******PART TWO FOR 1629-1649 FOUND ON PROFILE

  • The main reason for the outbreak of the Civil War in England in August 1642 was the increasing support for the King from May 1641.
  • The revocation of the Act of No Addresses was most important in turning the Army on Parliament.
  • To what extent did division between Parliament and the army lead failure of settlement by 1649?
  • To what extent was Charles demand for unquestioning support the reason for failure?
  • To what extent was the financial crisis caused by the need for modernisation?
  • To what extent was the power of the monarchy reduced by the need to call Parliament?
  • To what extent were individuals responsible for the failure of the Long Parliament to negotiate with the king?
  • To what extent were the regicides reluctant.

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