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Title: Tudor Revolution

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Date: June 12, 2003
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Cromwell altered it so that the Privy Council was now made up of twenty men who were specifically chosen to have responsibility for the everyday running of government. The ability of these men and the exclusivity of the Privy Council meant that, in theory, no individual could dictate it. AGR Smith in his book refers to "Cromwell's reformed Privy Council...

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It was finished under Lord Burleigh." The historical debate is about whether he reformed the Privy Council. There is no denying that the numbers were reduced dramatically to 19. The tightening of the system meant that the Star Chamber was free to dedicate itself to legal matters alone. The events of the 1530's influenced Parliament in a number of different ways...

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