institutional developments: monarchy and propaganda

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  • monarchy and propaganda
    • monarchy
      • aimed to increase respect for monarchy
        • 1534 oath of allegiance, oath of succession and supremacy (loyalty and accept monarch)
      • most important institution in maintenance of stability
      • Great Chain of Being
    • propaganda
      • patronage meant could infl. through money etc. to ensure politically active stayed loyal to the crown
      • weapon of control to consolidate power and authority
        • less by edward and mary
      • proclamations (vessels in church)

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