. . Absolutism England and Constitutional Monarchy. Monarchy: One ruler who acquires his or her position through inheritance or family ties.Absolute Monarchy - the one ruler has total, unlimited authority and power. . . Absolutism England and Constitutional Monarchy. The most prominent example or resistance to absolute monarchy came in the 17th C. England.Here, King and Parliament struggled to determine the roles each should play in governing EnglandThe outcome was much different than on the 19
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