What features of the character and upbringing of Charles 1 did not allow him to play the role of a leader in the revolution, similar to the one that Peter I played in Russia?
Charles I was a conservative, that is, he did not want to learn from events. On the contrary, Peter I was an innovator, that is, he himself enthusiastically studied from business experience and forced his associates to learn.
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