Henry and The Great Matter

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The Tudors - Henry VIII's Reformation The Tudors - Henry VIII's Reformation 1. The debate Was the Henrician Reformation popular or unpopular?Was Protestantism forced unwillingly on a devout Catholic people (Scarisbrick, Duffy), or was it welcomed with open arms by an anticlerical laity (Dickens, cf Kümin)?Is the whole notion of an “English Reformation” a conceptual sham (Haigh)?
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