Petition of Rights

May 7th, 2015
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England King, Charles I, was never on the same terms with Parliament; he was constantly disagreeing with them. Charles I believed in "The Divine Right of Kings". The Divine Right of Kings was a theory claiming that kings derive their powers directly from God and therefore a king's right to rules his people is a right granted by God.

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Petition of RightsEngland King, Charles I, was never on the same terms with Parliament; he was constantly disagreeing with them. Charles I believed in "The Divine Right of Kings". The Divine Right of Kings was a theory claiming that kings derive their powers directly from God and therefore a kin

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