The significance of Mary's non-religious policies

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Were Significant

The Militia reforms, according to John Guy were 'a landmark in English Military organisation'

Town reforms, according to Robert Tittler, were a key feature of Marian government and gave 'conscious support' to corporate towns. 

They meant that reforms were passed wuthout the expense of rebellion, an aim of Winchester

Weren't Significant

To say that Britain was at war…


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