Why is Queen Elizabeth I's Golden Speech called golden?
On November 30 1601, Queen Elizabeth I delivered her 'Golden Speech' to Parliament. The Members of the Commons expected Elizabeth to talk about the problem of trade monopolies in England which had increased the price of most commodities. For Elizabeth, however, this was to be her last Parliament and she used the speech as an opportunity to reveal this to the...
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