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    ok so my question is:
    How far can the dissolution of the monasteries be considered a key turning point in the growth of parliamentary power in the years 1529-1629?

    so far i have a paragraph on why the dissolution is a turning point, a paragraph discussing how it wasnt a turning point (even though religious legislation was being passed parliament were still being used to get money for the crown because religious lands etc were sold), a paragraph about the rise of cromwell and how he changed parliament, a paragraph about the issue of monopolies in elizabeth's reign, and a parliament about the divine right of kings in james' reign.
    i struggled on my last coursework so i'm really paranoid i'm writing about the wrong stuff
    can anyone help/point me in the right direction? thanks
 
 
 
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