Absolutism vs Constitutionalism Review
Join Kris Clancy as he puts all of the previous streams from Absolutism & Constitutionalism together for a review to prepare you for the Enlightenment Age!
English Restoration to Glorious Revolution
With Charles missing his head, England is in even greater chaos. Liam Machlin walks us through the Restoration of the monarchy to the Glorious Revolution.
Steven Kucklick explores the rise of Absolutist France and the developments of one of Europe's first superpowers.
English Civil War
While continental Europe is experimenting with absolutism, England is tearing itself apart to prevent the king from ultimate power.
The Russian bear has awoken, and none shall question the power of the tsars. See how absolutism had a unique hold on the Russian Empire in the 17th century.
In this stream, we'll cover the impact of constitutionalism as it was implemented in England and the Netherlands.
Economics & Society (1450-1789)
In this stream, we'll discuss the crossroads between economics and European society between 1450 and 1789.
Absolutism was a form of government in which all sovereign power rested in the hands of a single monarch (absolute monarch), who claimed to rule by divine right and was therefore responsible only to God.
3.1 Context of State Building from 1648-1815
3.5 The Dutch Golden Age
3.6 Balance of Power in Europe from 1648-1815
3.8 Comparison in the Age of Absolutism and Constitutionalism
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