Sojourners or Permanent Residents? The literature on the mass migration in the early part of this century emphasizes the role of sojourners who moved to the United States for a temporary period to earn income, accumulate assets, and then returned to their home countries Baines,; Wyman, These temporary migrants in the earlier era bear some similarities with the ''guest workers" in today's Europe or the Braceros of the southwestern United States during the early postwar era.
In other words god placed the monarch as king of a given country. They control every aspect of life from law making to religion. They created new state bureaucracies and standing armies, regulated all the institutions of government and secured the cooperation of the nobility. Constitutionalism-This was the idea that the monarch does not have absolute power.
There are checks on the monarch that limits his power. The people, some form of parliament, or the nobility makes these checks. Also there is a constitution that grants certain rights and freedoms to the people.
England developed a constitutionalist state, while the rest of Europe developed a strong absolute state of monarchy. Louis was the king of France. When Louis was little he was caught in the middle of a rebellion started by the nobility known as the Fronde.
Louis was never able to trust the nobility because of this.
Therefore he created the court at Versailles to watch over the nobility and to centralize the government. Louis was able to awe his subjects and foreign powers with Versailles.
Louis also revoked the Edict of Nantes, which gave toleration to Protestants living in France. This was a mistake because it drove many French Protestants out of the country.
France lost a valuable middle class. Louis was also able to create a bureaucracy with the formation of the office of intendant, which employed individuals to collect taxes on behalf of the monarch. Louis fought many wars for territorial expansion.
The foreign policy was very successful in his early years, but very unsuccessful in his later years. He wanted total subordination of all groups and institutions in France.
He was very efficient at limiting the power of the nobility, often times destroying their castles and lands. He also crushed all opposition in France such as the Protestants with his standing army. Spain lost much of its power when he became king. He was best known for fighting costly wars with Franceand the Netherlands.
During a time of strong monarchs Philip IV was a very incapable administrator. He was king of Spain until Peter the Great- was the Tsar of Russia. Peter, when growing up learned about western culture and ideas. He eventually overthrows his sister, Sophie and mentally changed brother, Ivan to become the Tsar of Russia in Arguably, Louis's most important contribution was to create the sorts of conditions that led to the French Revolution.
Obviously, Louis had no intention of creating such a legacy, and the revolution did not happen for a long time after his death. King was born on January 15, , in Atlanta, Georgia, to the Reverend Martin Luther King Sr.
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