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Article title PARLIAMENTARY FREEDOM AND PREROGATIVE POWERS OF AN ENGLISH CROWN DURING EARLY MODERN AGE
Authors V. V. Klochkov
Section SECTION II. LEGAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGIES
Month, Year 03, 2009 @en
Index UDC
DOI 67.3
Abstract In the mid-seventies the historian of the English law J. Sales, studying a role, places and evolution of parliamentary freedom during early Modern age has found out, that Whig historiography which was making a start from triumph of parliament in XIX century, has underestimated a role which the parliament played XVI–XVII centuries. Now it became obvious, that many conclusions concerning parliamentary freedom during early Modern period require more conservative estimate.

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Keywords Parliamentary freedom during early Modern Age.
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