Statue of John Hampden

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Mark Cartwright
by KingDaveRa
published on 15 February 2022
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A statue of John Hampden in Aylesbury, England. In 1637, Hampden famously challenged the legality of the Ship Money tax levied by Charles I of England (r. 1625-1649). Hampden lost the case but it raised important legal questions regarding the authority of the monarch and Parliament.

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