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No free government can survive that isn't based on the supremacy of the Law
The great charter was signed by king John
"Lackland" was a nickname given to King John
Five noble thoughts about the important things of life are called Ideals of the Middle Ages
The church taught obedience to the law of God the laws of the church and the laws of the State
The pope cut of king John from the church this means he Excommunicated
The English parliament is called the ----------of parliaments Mother
The barons under the leadership of archbishop Stephen Langton
The---was the first. Great step in English liberty Great charter
--------was the most important diocese in England Canterbury
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