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1. Laud's policies and religious uniformity, 1625-40
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25  cards
1. Parliament's reordering of the Church, 1640-60
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27  cards
1. The Restoration of Anglicanism in 1660-62 and its dominant position in religious life
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20  cards
2. Puritanism under Charles I
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7  cards
2. Presbyterians and religious radicalism
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18  cards
2. The persecution of dissenters under Charles II and James II
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41  cards
3. Catholic influence within Charles I's court
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14  cards
3. The exclusion of Catholics from religious toleration
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14  cards
3. Anti-Catholic sentiment, 1660-88
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23  cards
How accurate is it to say that religious nonconformity survived persecution during the Restoration (1660-88) mainly due to the actions and attitudes of Charles II and James II?
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0  cards
To what extent was the Act of Uniformity of 1662 responsible for the survival of the dissent that had existed since 1649?
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0  cards
How accurate is it to say that non-conformity was a greater threat to the monarchy than the fear of Catholicism, 1660-1688?
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6  cards
How accurate is it to say that fear of Catholicism was fundamental to the discontent faced by the restored monarchy in the years 1660–88?
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2022 Exam: Stuart Religion

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