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2. Elizabeth used speeches as a method of control, when was her famous golden speech and what did she say?

  • 1601: "there is no Prince who loves his subjects better"
  • 1601: "Queen and Parliament must work together for our nation"
  • 1586: "there is no Prince who loves his subjects better"
  • 1587: "Queen and Parliament must work together for our nation"

3. Who argued that Elizabeth never thought about not having Parliament?

  • revisionist and post revisionist
  • orthodox
  • post revisionist
  • neale

4. Elizabeth could use her veto if she felt bills could risk the public, how often did this happen?

  • 21/34
  • 16/34
  • 16/36
  • 23/36

5. the enfranchisement of the boroughs led to what?

  • an increasing amount of trained gentry sitting in Parliament
  • more seats
  • more government control over parliament

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