1) the Puritans’ desire to abolish magnificent services, to abolish the position of bishops;
2) the requirements of the general population to reduce the cost of church services;
3) the desire of Jacob I to the absolute monarchy;
4) the dissatisfaction of entrepreneurs with the economic policies of the king, who violated the laws of the free market;
5) the defense of the Church of England, the persecution of the Puritans;
6) rapprochement in foreign policy with the Catholic countries – Spain and France;
7) the growth of embezzlement and bribery.
Output. The society aggravated economic, political and religious contradictions.
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