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James I of England strongly believed in
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The Divine Right of Kings. Because of his belief that it was his divine right to rule, he felt that he could overrule anything that Parliament enacted. This did not endear him to the legislators. Elizabeth had always seen that some of her Privy Council were also members of the House of Commons. James did not do this and, therefore, there was no one to transmit information and policy to the King.

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