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Article title THE REFORMATION AND THE EVOLUTION OF INSTITUTIONS OF ENGLISH MONARCHY
Authors V.V. Klochkov
Section SECTION II. LEGAL TECHNOLOGIES
Month, Year 11, 2011 @en
Index UDC
DOI 67.3
Abstract An article considers the Reformation as a factor in the evolution of institutions of the English monarchy, including the administrative apparatus and the royal prerogative. The Reformation is considered as a unique set of backgrounds, which made the emergence of new institutions and new principles of public administration possible. Author examines state of treasury, royal income and expenditure in XVI – early XVII centuries in the context of transformation of English absolutism in detail. Special attention is given to the patronage as a specific instrument providing a royal political hegemony.

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Keywords The royal Tudor dynasty; the royal Stuart dynasty; royal prerogative; the Reformation; par- liamentary taxation; patronage.
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