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The New Heights Educational Group, Inc. promotes literacy for children and adults by offering a range of educational support services. Such services include assisting families in the selection of schools, organization of educational activities, and acquisition of materials. We promote a healthy learning environment and enrichment programs for families of preschool and school-age children, including children with special needs.

This week's topic is “King James VI and I, and the English Parliament, Part II”

REFERENCES

1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_VI_and_I_and_the_English_Parliament

2. us-is-lord.com/kinginde.htm

3. http://www.britroyals.com/kings.asp?id=james1

4. http://www.blogtalkradio.com/newheightseducation/2014/04/28/the-new-heights-show-on-education-host-kathy-woodring

ADDITIONAL REFERENCE

http://www.pbs.org/program/inside-court-henry-viii/ - Inside the Court of Henry VIII – “… Henry VIII is the most iconic king of English history. Part medieval tyrant, part renaissance prince, he ruled over his people as no king of England had ever done before. He took a country salvaged by his father from the wreck of civil war and set over it a single, sovereign ruler. By the end of his reign the power of the Tudor dynasty was absolute — but at a terrible cost. Personally responsible for the death of two of his own wives, along with many of his closest friends and advisors, he is said to have ordered the execution of up to 72,000 Britons. His reign will go down as one of the bloodiest in history…”

http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/82499 - Seven Steps to Absolute Monarchy

http://theoriginalamericanmind.com/philosophers-locke.html

http://theoriginalamericanmind.com/timeline-video.html - excellent review of the founding fathers, and their philosophies

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