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* 5 años
* Mazarin
* 23 años
* L’etat c’est moi
* “God’s power is felt in an instant from one end of the world to the other, royal power takes the same time to actthroughout the kingdom. It preserves the order of the whole kingdom, as does God with the whole world”
* Versailles: Allí trasladó su gobierno
* Colbert: Consejero del Rey
* Finance minister* Wealthiest state in Europe
* France in North America
* Vs Edict of Nantes
* Prohibited the Protestants
* Wars
* Vs the Lower States of Spain and Netherlands
* Asks for* Alsacia y Lorraine
* Augsburg’s League
* Final
* Alliance with Spain:
* Succession War (Grance and Spain vs England Dutch-Netherlands and Austria)
James I Stuart
* King ofscotland
* Agreed to rule according to English laws, later he lectured the Parliament about divine right
* “Kings are not only God’s lieutenants upon earth and sit upon God’s throne, but evenby God himself they are called Gods. I will not be
* Clashed with the Parliament for money
* Dissolved the Parliament and collected taxes on his own
* Vs. Dissenters: Protestants whodiffer from the Church of England (Puritans)
* Charles I
* Behave like an absolute monarch, imprisioned his foes without trial
* Summon the Parliament since he needed money
Prohibited theking form raising taxes or from imprisoning anyone without just cause(Martial Law)
Dissolved the Parliament (1629) and governed without it for 11 years (1640)
Land Reformation: Tried to make everyoneAnglican
Imprisoned dissenters
* Large number of Puritans leave England to America
* Imposed in Scotland, Presbyterans invaded England
* Asked for money to the Parliament, they denied* The long Parliament
* Tried and executed his chief ministrs
* Couldn’t be dissolved
* Charles lashed back: now to the battled field.
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