historical debate - causes of the becket crisis

themes - 

long term, political, personal, principles

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Duggan (long term)
tension between henry ll and theobold
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Weir (political)
argues that what had started as principle had turned into a battle of greater authority
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Poole (political)
had a theory of what a saint ought to do and tried to do it
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Barber (personality)
clash of personalities rather than one of high principle
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Barlow (personality)
malice, after thought or simply revenge
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Barber (personality)
clash of personalities
6 of 8
warren (principle)
Henry ll wanted to contest the authority of the church.
7 of 8
Stauton
Embattled defender of the truth
8 of 8

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argues that what had started as principle had turned into a battle of greater authority

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Weir (political)

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had a theory of what a saint ought to do and tried to do it

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clash of personalities rather than one of high principle

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malice, after thought or simply revenge

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