Civil War

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  • Civil War
    • Religion
      • reason behind Irish Rebellion
        • Catholics rise up against threat of Puritanism
        • Fear of Catholicism
      • Root & Branch Petition
        • deviation from tradition
          • removing episcopacy
            • London Mob
          • created 2 sides
            • passed 139-108 votes
            • Colepeper,Hyde & Falkland wanted minor reforms
      • Iconoclasm encouraged by Pym
    • Multiple Kingdoms
      • Irish Rebellion
        • Scottish Rev.
          • 'Billiard Ball Effect'-Russel
        • Radicalised situation
          • propaganda
            • '40,000' vs '12,000'
            • fear of Irish Army
              • Arthur Haselrig 'Militia Bill'
                • thought too radical
                  • took away prerogative
                  • passed 158 to 125
    • Charles
      • inflexible & narrow minded
      • aggravated parliament
        • left London in January
        • 5 Members Coup
          • breach of Parliamentary Privelige
      • defended 'fundamental law'
        • traditional stance created 2 sides
    • Constitutional Royalism
      • progressive radicalism vs. tradition
      • Grand Remonstrance
        • direct attack on Charles
          • forceful language
        • London Mob
        • acting on own authority
          • only passed 159 to 148

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