Rebels and Rebellions in Sixteenth Century England Question


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Rebels and Rebellions in Sixteenth Century England Question
England in the Sixteenth Century was in a state of flux. There were three types of problems effecting England at this time. The first were the external struggles with France and Spain. The second type of problem was religious as there was a struggle between the emerging Protestant Church of England and the Catholic Church. The third type of problem that was socio-political and economic in nature marked a society making a major transition from a feudal to a liberal society. The growth of liberal ideas resulted in a conflict between the Monarchy, Peasants and social reformers.
In this time of flux a number of rebellions occurred as different groups of people sought to protect rights...
The end: on someone they have a feud with.
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