The Jacobean Union: A Reconsideration of British Civil Policies under the Early Stuarts


Despite the failure of the Anglo-Scottish union negotiations in 1607, the early Stuart monarchs encouraged various civil policies aimed at fostering cooperation and unity among their three kingdoms. However, the opposition they faced from leading subjects frequently forced them to limit or retreat from British ventures.


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