Political Changes of 17th century England and France - Trends

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An example is how James I offended his Catholic subjects by banning Jesuits and seminary priests. Charles I, his successor, worsened the rift by making an extremely insensitive move against his Protestant subjects by marrying a Catholic woman, and then allowing the queen and her entourage to practice Catholic rituals in the courts itself...
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In response to horrified Protestants, Charles merely persecuted Puritans, under the belief that they were disloyal. In France, the Bourgeoisie encountered frustrating barriers to the offices and prestige the nobles had, and resented the fact that the monarchy never really enacted reforms that would benefit them directly...
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