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other scholars who have complicated the view of Charles IX and his reign in recent decades. Crouzet's work underlines the sacral conflict that Charles IX confronted and presents Catherine de Médicis and Michel de l'Hôpital as having forged the royal policy of concord. Diefendorf demonstrates how ultra-Catholics and radicalized civic guards stoked tensions in Paris and eagerly participated in the Saint Bartholomew's Day Massacre. James B. Wood shows that Charles IX was hardly in sole control ofdoi:10.1017/rqx.2021.148 fatcat:tfpxkrjw2nhadj3ua6mt6sffze