James I of England angered many of his subjects by A)claiming that he ruled by divine right B)refusing to declare war against Catholic Spain C)trying to promote religious toleration for dissenters D)returning the land taken from Irish Catholics by Elizabeth I

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James I of England angered many of his subjects by A)claiming that he ruled by divine right B)refusing to declare war against Catholic Spain C)trying to promote religious toleration for dissenters D)returning the land taken from Irish Catholics by Elizabeth I

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James VI and I was King of Scotland as James VI from 24 July 1567 and King of England and Ireland as James I from the union of the Scottish and English crowns on 24 March 1603 until his death.
Almost immediately, however, James came into conflict with his new subjects. Two issues in particular stood out: first, the English disliked the Scottish courtiers who accompanied their new king, and second, James's wish for political union between England and Scotland was opposed by the English Parliament. On 20 October 1604 he assumed the "name and style of King of Great Britain" but by November had confided to his ministers that full union of the kingdom should be left to "the maturity of time." James's major achievement of the first year of his reign was the ending of the long and costly war with Spain in August 1603.

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B)refusing to declare war against Catholic Spain
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