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  • 1. The Short Term Causes of the Civil War• Part Two: The Final Nail• Part One: Long Parliament 1641• Part Two: Long Parliament 1641-42
  • 2. Part Two: The Final Nail
  • 3. Part One: Long Parliament 1641• The Fall of Strafford – The Act of Attainder Stated that the accused person was guilty of treason • Charles signed off - worried about popular uprising – Seen as a major threat for what he had done in Ireland• John Pym – The Ten Propositions - Parliament should choose kings councillors
  • 4. Part Two: Long Parliament 1641- 42• Charles – Henrietta Maria and the Catholic Conspiracy• Constitutional Royalists feel that parliament has gone far enough and support King• Grand Remonstrance Propaganda exercise designed to remind MPs of Charles actions in the past. Included rights of commons to choose