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Why did James I quarrel with Parliament? He wanted to form an alliance with Louis XIV. He believed in the divine right of kings. He believed Parliament should be given the right to tax. He wanted members of Parliament to sign the Magna Carta.Why did James I quarrel with Parliament? He wanted to form an alliance with Louis XIV. He believed in the divine right of kings. He believed Parliament should be given the right to tax. He wanted members of Parliament to sign the Magna Carta.Why did James I quarrel with Parliament? He wanted to form an alliance with Louis XIV. He believed in the divine right of kings. He believed Parliament should be given the right to tax. He wanted members of Parliament to sign the Magna Carta.

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Tanya478

James I quarreled with Parliament because he believed in the divine right of kings, particularly that he should be all-powerful, while Parliament was more democratic and wanted more power to the people(though it was usually more noblemen than commoners that were represented). 

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