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The Effects and Origins of Absolutism

Summary: Explores the conception of Absolutism in post medieval Europe and its impact on European Governments to come.
The nobility of both England and France were greatly affected by the institution of absolution. This new type of monarchial dominance had never before been seen with such fervor and strength. It threatened the long held capability and status of the noble class and put a tighter hold on all activities, economical, religious, and punishable. This caused a great scare among the nobles for their position of power.

In the early stages of absolution, bureaucracies were founded to keep better watch over smaller factions of England. These bureaucracies were formed by king- appointed officials who were to keep strict rule over the lands that they led. They were accountable only to the king and were not to use their positions for personal gain unlike the royal agents of medieval England. These servants to the king had abused their status in office to make personal gain and these ways...

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