Thursday, November 9, 2017
'European Absolutism and Tyranny'
'During the 16th and seventeenth century was a period of coarse upheaval in Europe. Religious and territorial conflicts caused continuous war, which caused the political sympathies to lay heavier taxes on the suffering populations to champion the large rest army. The pressures brought the peasants to revolt. In response, as controlling rulers, monarchs tried to increase their have got power. They created new government activity bureaucracies to reign over the preservation of their hoidenish. Their goal was to control all the tantrum of society, with no limitations. provided with the freedom, they could rule as the commanding monarchs. out-and-out(a) monarchs believed in inspired rights, which they acted as the example of God on Earth. They only answered to God, non to his or her subjects. The European absolutism was a period of tyranny, ascribable to the menacing taxation toward the peasants, the limit sum of freedom, and the harsh rules that the absolute mona rchs rule at.\nThe absolute monarchs compel heavy taxes on the peasants which caused their country staggered in debt and scandalise its economy. \nEvery course, the poof of Spain had an income of five one one thousand thousand million millions of deluxe, barely his expenses were six millions, and this intemperance is covered by extraordinary taxes consort to the aspects that he ruled over (Document 8). The change magnitude taxation allow the absolute monarchs to change the government, moreover similarly the government was plunged into the walk debt. As the Debt of majestic Family chart showed that the class 1643 the debt was 400 million livres, and it steadily increase until 1683. After, it increased a lot more than ever. During the year 1715, the debt was about 2000 million livres. The increased list of the debts because the constant warfare that France fought and Louis XIV had constructed the castle of Versailles (Document 10). King of Spain already got lots o f gold from other countries, but it was not replete for him to surpass the expenses. To overcome the expenses, he imposed heavier tax...'