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Government in which a constitution or legislative body limits the monarch’s power
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Weegy: Constitutional Monarchy, much like England from the reign of Charles II on, with the Legislative branch reducing the Monarchy's powers slowly over time...
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Government in which a constitution or legislative body limits the monarch’s power is Limited monarchy.
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Who was the first stuart king of England?
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King James I was the first stuart king of England.

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The Tudors believed a. everyone had habeas corpus. b. they ruled with divine right. c. gambling should be outlawed. d. in Puritan ways.
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James I the first Stuart king of England.
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The English Civil War began as a power struggle between the monarchy and _______. a. the Cavaliers b. the Quakers c. the Huguenots d. Parliament
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The English Civil War led to the rise of a. Parliament. c. the Glorious Revolution. b. the Commonwealth. d. the Tudors.
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