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The Catholic revival of the 1570s was matched by some very significant changes among the
Puritans, so that the established church was threatened from the left as well as the right by
opposition which was more formidable, more fundamental and more organised than it had been
during the first…

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Calvinist churches. Nevertheless, what Cartwright had proposed differed radically from what had
been established by law ­ making him a revolutionary challenge to the established church and the
royal supremacy.

However, the threat of a large scale separatist, Presbyterian movement was much less than it
appears, there were a…


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