Charles X

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  • Charles X
    • Opposition
      • Anticlericals
        • Questioned Kings Motives And Aims For The Constitution
          • Thought The King Was Controlled By Jesuit Priests
      • Bonapartists
        • Not A Real Threat- Louis Napoleon Exiled- White Terror Scared Others
      • Liberal Politicians
        • Priority Was Charter Not The King
        • Wanted A Stable Government and Economic Growth- Did Not Aim To Remove Charles X
        • Would Defend The Right To Vote And Press Censorship
        • Did Not Agree With Charles' Choice Of Chief Ministers
          • Became More and More Ultra Whilst Deputies Became More And More Liberal
        • Vote Of No Confidence
          • Triggered The Four Ordinances
          • Became National Heroes
      • Secret Societies
        • Aid-Toi
      • Republicans
        • Opposition Papers (e.g. Le National)Set Up
    • Religious Policies
      • 1824 (During Louis XVIII Reign) Education Returned To The Church- Under Charles' Influence
      • "Champion Of The Catholic Church"
      • "The Priestly Plot, The Jesuit Threat Or The Conspiracy Of The  Congregation"
        • Political Myth
        • Anticlericalism 1825
        • Missionaries Roamed The Streets Of France Preaching
      • Sacrilege Law 1825
        • "The Priestly Plot, The Jesuit Threat Or The Conspiracy Of The  Congregation"
          • Political Myth
          • Anticlericalism 1825
          • Missionaries Roamed The Streets Of France Preaching
        • Blasphemy Would Be Made A Capital Offence
        • The Law Was Not Passed Due To Fierce Opposition
    • Political Policies
      • The Four Ordinances 1830
        • 3-
        • 2-
        • 4-
        • 1-
      • Indemnity Law 1825
      • Law Of Primogeniture 1826
        • Hereditary Right Rather Than Meritocracy
      • Law Of Sacrilege 1825
      • Fixed Elections
        • In Spite Of Corruption, The Chamber Of Deputies Still Became More And More Liberal
      • 1830 Dissolved Parliament
      • The Double Vote
        • Attempt To Influence Chamber Of Deputies- Only the Elite Could Vote  Twice And Still Voted Liberal
    • Social And Economic Policies
      • Indemnity Law 1825
        • Took Pays Legal Taxes To Compensate Émigrés For Lost Land
          • As If The Revolution Never Occurred- Ancien Regime
      • Bread Doubled In Price
    • Personality And Beliefs
      • Divine Right
        • Coronation At Reims
          • Grandure
          • Healing Powers
    • The 1830 Revolution
      • Disbanded National Guard 1827- No Protection- Turned Against King
        • Feared As They Tended To Be Bonapartists
      • Best Army Troops Were In Algeria- No Protection
      • AVOIDABLE
    • Successes
      • Foreign Policy
        • Algerian Pirates
    • Failures
      • Poor Choices Of Chief Ministers

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