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POLI 211 Rice & Grafton - Formation of the Early Modern State Summary Notes

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Department
Political Science
Course
POLI 211
Professor
Fillippo Sabetti
Semester
Fall

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Formation of Early Modern State by Rice and GraftonChange from feudal systems to sovereign statesInstitutionsKings OfficersBritain Justice of the Peaceselected from own locality unpaidestablished tradition of political activity and public service among the economically powerfulweaknessindependence implicit in the service when royal interests conflicted with the justices own rarely would the monarchs interests be followedFrancebaillis and senechauxhowever they were from the highest nobility and were usually absent from administrative districts either at court or abroadreal work done by subordinate lieutenant du roi es bailliagelieutenant is learned bourgeois perhaps not fitting into landed aristocracymethods of choosing lieutenant
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