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    Hi, so I'm writing this essay (fun) and the question is whether "The actions of Charles I in the years 1641 to 16.42 led directly to the outbreak of the Civil War.’ do you think that this is a Whig, Revisionist or a post-revisionist interpretation?


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    (Original post by Mad_Cat_Lady)
    Hi, so I'm writing this essay (fun) and the question is whether "The actions of Charles I in the years 1641 to 16.42 led directly to the outbreak of the Civil War.’ do you think that this is a Whig, Revisionist or a post-revisionist interpretation?


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    A Whig interpretation. The Whigs believed that the events before the Civil War led inexorably towards conflict.
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    (Original post by Cato the Elder)
    A Whig interpretation. The Whigs believed that the events before the Civil War led inexorably towards conflict.
    Oh, good, that's what I put in the intro.
 
 
 

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