Constitutionalism vs Absolutism

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Throughout history many countries have risen to success and fallen with defeat over power. Most countries fought over absolute power held by a king over all the people, but so many people thirsted over power that splitting it up between a council was something that was not completely unheard of.

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Constitutionalism vs AbsolutismChandler KightAdyeAP European History24 November 2012Constitutionalism versus AbsolutismThroughout history many countries have risen to success and fallen with defeat over power. Most countries fought over absolute power held by a king over all the people, but so many people thirsted over power that splitting it up between a council was something that was not completely unheard of. The differences between these two powers is that an absolute monarch is when the power of a country is held by one king and he is the head of every thing. A constitutional monarch is when the power of a country is held and kept by a council or court and the king is second in command and does not get the final say. The leaders of a country under a constitutional monarch are very much different than the one under an absolute monarch. Some differences are for the better and some are for the worse, but nevertheless, once a leader has made a decision for their country the only thing that matters is the effect it has on the country.English leaders fought the idea of coming to a complete constitutional monarchy for quite a long time. After the glourious revolution overt

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