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Political Economy of Renaissance Europe
political theory was based on a strong centralized monarchy
second hand was a powerful and respected clergy
hundred years’ war the basis of royal power was no longer king and church in partnership
the king as the executive of the state.
population decrease caused by the plague
led to an economic depression.
political organism existed independently of the ruler or the subjects had these three essential attributes:
The state had to possess moral authority in the eyes of it's subjects.
The state had an effective claim to equality with other states and it acknowledged no higher earthly power over it.
The state possessed real estate that could be precisely bounded and contained certain human and material resources.
Hundred Years' War
-France recovered much more rapidly than expected.
-Had great king’s
the 15th century increased significantly in France, England, and Russia.
had a war called Wars of the Roses the conflict lasted 15 years.
had a struggle over the succession of the throne
The Hundred Years’ weakened the royal powers and strengthened the Parliament
-England took more time to establish a centralized monarchy