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Charles I: an absolute king

When James I died in 1625, his son Charles I come to the throne, who was in the tradition of a long line of rulers who took for granted the king’s absolute power to make and administer laws, to rule without parliament and to reject laws enacted by it. In this period England was in the process of great changes such as the ascent of middle class, composed by landed gentry and professional people, and the continuing religious conflict between Catholics and Protestants.
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