TUDOR MODERNITY

TRIUMPH OF ELIZABETH, CHAPTER 2 TUDOR MODERNITY, MID-TUDOR CRISIS.

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  • TUDOR MODERNITY
    • SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC
      • DEALING WITH POVERTY
        • ENCLOSURES, COMMISSIONS
          • STARTED BY SOMERSET, COMMENCED BY NORTH
      • SOMERESTS VAGRANT ACT REPEALED.
      • POOR RELIEF SET UP
        • SET UP BY MARY
      • DEBASEMENT OF COINAGE
        • DISCOURAGED TRADE
        • CAUSED NINFLATION
        • DRACONIAN TAXATION
    • RELIGIOUS
      • 1533 FURTHER RELIGIOUS REFORMS: FURTHER PROTESTANT REFORMS
        • SOMERSET AND NORTHUMBERLAND SUCCEEDED
        • MARY FAILED
        • ELIZABTETH, DEBATABLE
    • POLITICAL
      • TOWN CHARTERS AND URBAN REPRESENTATIVES INTRODUCED
        • MARY
          • LORD LEFT TENANTS POLICING.
            • NORTHUMBERLAND STARTED TO SUPPRESS DISCONTENT WITH HIS REGIME.
      • RISE OF PARLIAMENT AS AN INSTITUTIONAL MEMORY.
      • NORTHUMBERLAND AND REVISIONISM
        • SHOWS MODERNITY IN RELATION TO POLITICAL LANSCAPE ACCORDING TO DALE HOAK.
      • CONCILIAR GOVERNMENT UNDER ELIZABETH, RELIED UPON THE PRIVY COUNCIL.
    • FOREIGN POLICY
      • SOMERSET, NORTHUMBERLAND, MARY, ELIZABETH ALL HAD WARS IN THEIR REIGNS
      • REFORM OF MILITARY IS MODERN.
        • HENRY, MARY AND ELIZABETH WERE INTERESTED IN NAVAL REFORM.
          • ELIZABETH COMMENCED THE WORK ELIZABETH STARTED WORKING WITH NORTHUMBERLANDS ADMIRALITY.

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