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Identify at least two actions of the leader that benefited or protected the people. Explain. Identify any actions that endangered or compromised the well-being of the people. I got Elizabeth I, England
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i have these to if you can help Tolerant of other ideas and cultures within empire: Identify at least two actions of the leader that permitted a diversity of ideas and cultural practices within the empire. Identify any actions that reflected intolerance. 3. Interest in learning: Did the leader actively seek and promote new knowledge for the empire’s well being? Identify at least two actions that supported culture and learning in the empire. Identify any action that shows suppression or intolerance of new ideas and learning. 4. Promoted equality: Identify at least two actions that reflected concern for justice and equality within the empire. Identify any actions that may have threatened equality and justice.
So this is what I found. Elizabeth I sought to end the religious troubles: "During it a secure Church of England was established. Its doctrines were laid down in the 39 Articles of 1563, a compromise between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. Elizabeth herself refused to 'make windows into men's souls ... there is only one Jesus Christ and all the rest is a dispute over trifles'; she asked for outward uniformity. Most of her subjects accepted the compromise as the basis of their faith, and her church settlement probably saved England from religious wars like those which France suffered in the second half of the 16th century." http://www.royal.gov.uk/HistoryoftheMona... The defeat of the Spanish Armada kept England a sovereign realm.