.This breakdown may well have occurred as early as His strong tendency to assume that all criticism of his views and policies was an act of disloyalty, which needed to be confronted and crushed. The Louisiana Purchase gained , new square miles to be explored and divided into land states and further divvied by resources for control of continental America. This is a bad idea following the religious turmoil under the Tudor monarchs! Many family's were torn apart and many people were killed but how had this happened? The North favored a loose interpretation of the United States Constitution, they wanted to grant the Federal Government increased powers
Civil War is said to be the worst kind of war because it is when a country fights against itself and unfortunately, this was the case in England. How had a great country gone so low that they would have to fight against each other?
Major issues between the parliament and James conflicted because James was about the absolute monarchy oppose to the parliament which had shared power and the Magna Carta.
Conflicts between the two powers began when King Charles I dissolved Parliament in because they would not give him the money he demanded to fund his war against Spain. There are many comparable time periods that medicine was needed and was used. He had run out of money.
He had run out of money. This had the desired effect, as it forced Essex to move to intercept them. When the troops marched into Parliament, Charles enquired of William Lenthall , the Speaker , as to the whereabouts of the five.
They fight for their life, liberty, estate, and to be governed fairly. In Charles ordered that everyone in the country should pay Ship Money. Charles becoming king was obviously a cause because it was his decisions that influenced the war itself and him who raised the flag In addition there were also eruptions of intra state conflicts such as the troubles in Northern Ireland and more recently the conflict in Syria that has also spilled over into Iraq
He supposed that he had a capability to rule alone and do whatever he liked. Unable to raise revenue without Parliament and unwilling to convene it, Charles resorted to other means. As the summer progressed, cities and towns declared their sympathies for one faction or the other: for example, the garrison of Portsmouth under the command of Sir George Goring declared for the King,  but when Charles tried to acquire arms for his cause from Kingston upon Hull , the depository for the weapons used in the previous Scottish campaigns, Sir John Hotham , the military governor appointed by Parliament in January, refused to let Charles enter Hull,  and when Charles returned with more men later, Hotham drove them off. Many of these foreigners came for religious freedom, some to seek fortune, and others were convicts being deported. The Royalist cavalry had a tendency to chase down individual targets after the initial charge, leaving their forces scattered and tired.
In spite of this, James's personal extravagance meant he was perennially short of money and had to resort to extra-Parliamentary sources of income. The defeat at the Battle of Lostwithiel in Cornwall, however, marked a serious reverse for Parliament in the south-west of England. Charles, still incensed over the Commons' handling of Buckingham, refused. Some women were beaten and even killed, and many arrested. On the other, most supporters of the Parliamentary cause initially took up arms to defend what they thought of as the traditional balance of government in Church and state, which the bad advice the King had received from his advisers had undermined before and during the "Eleven Years' Tyranny".