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Anti-Catholicism, civic consciousness and parliamentarianism:

@inproceedings{Scott2013AntiCatholicismCC,
  title={Anti-Catholicism, civic consciousness and parliamentarianism:},
  author={Thomas Scott and Vox Regis and Leticia {\'A}lvarez-Recio},
  year={2013}
}
The Anglo-Spanish negotiations for a dynastic alliance which began in 1614 had never been popular among a large section of English Protestants, who felt that their monarch should demonstrate a more active commitment to European Calvinism. Such prejudices increased after 1618 when the Bohemian crisis began and James did not support the Elector Palatine against the Habsburg Empire. The anti-Catholic mood reached its peak in October 1623, when the Prince of Wales arrived in London after his failed… Expand