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the magna carta contained the principle that a)the monarch could not tax without the consent of the nobility b)parliament should meet on an annual basis c)all religious sects were entitled to toleration d)nobles did not have to fight in wars outside of england

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    The main principle of the magna carta has 2 important principles. They are that people have rights and that the power of government is limited.

  2. IDEC
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    so which one is it.

  3. IrishBoy123
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    it's all about money at the end of the day :p and i'm not sure this is right either: "people have rights"....! MC was about formally re-balancing power between king and oligarchs, little to do with the common man who was a serf and the common woman who was effectively a chattel.

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