Why did Edward IV’s death cause a bitter power struggle in 1483

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Why did Edward IV’s death cause a bitter power struggle in 1483? Edward IV’s death caused many issues with regards to power shortly after he died because of many difficulties. This ranges from a complicated will, to the betrayal from his brother, Richard, Duke of Gloucester.

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Why did Edward IVs death cause a bitter power struggle in 1483?Why did Edward IVs death cause a bitter power struggle in 1483? Edward IVs death caused many issues with regards to power shortly after he died because of many difficulties. This ranges from a complicated will, to the betrayal from his brother, Richard, Duke of Gloucester. Shortly before Edward IVs death, he amended his will, and the only copy of the new will was ruined and nobody ever really knew what changes Edward IV made. Because of this, there was a bitter power struggle. This power struggle revolved aroun

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