English Civil War Republican Rule 1649-60 (part 2/3)

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What part of the regime caused fear among the peoples?
The new model army
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Which groups did the army suppress?
radicals(levellers),Scots, Irish
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What did they do to atempt to increase popularity
Ended imprisonment for debt, and an end to high tax.
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Which social groups where against the regime?
Greater gentry and nobility
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Which pro regime social class started to take over local government
Lesser gentry
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What two areas showed a failure to provide stability from the government?
1)the law in which they regularly met but failed to pass many motions slowing down reform 2)the army which they could not reduce or dispense without risking resistance
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What occurred in 1652 that brought the monthly assessment up to £90,000(Charles annual revenue) per year?
The first Anglo Dutch war
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What happen as response to a royalist rebellion in 1655?
Founding of major generals, dividing country into 11 districts and putting it under command of major general.
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What did the major generals do that was unpopular?
1)a new militia to enforce law costing 10% tax 2)closed 200 ale houses 3)suppressed entertainment like plays and horse racing
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What here the conditions of the humble petition of advice in 1657?
1)government by king(lord protectoret 2)lords and commons to govern with protectoret 3)hereditary succession 4) parliment control the army 5) regular elections and limited religious toleration
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Which groups did the army suppress?

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radicals(levellers),Scots, Irish

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What did they do to atempt to increase popularity

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Which social groups where against the regime?

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Which pro regime social class started to take over local government

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