Why did the French fight for the “Great Ordinance” in 1357 failed, and the British fight for the Magna Carta in 1215?

In the thirteenth century, English feudalism was still developing, so that strong alliances between estates were possible. In addition, the English economy flourished in the 13th century, there was no foreign intervention and all the forces of the people could focus on domestic problems. Both of these conditions did not exist in France in 1357.

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