The Causes Of The "glorious" Revolution And Effects On The Colonies

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June 6, 2014

 

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With the support of the parliament and his army, he was able to rule until his death in 1658. Charles II was restored to king by Parliament in 1660. Cromwell's rule may have been terse, but he left a lasting impression on the English Citizens, especially the Protestants and Puritans, which eventually led to the Glorious Revolution twenty years after his death...
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His commonwealth supported the ideas of a government with less power in the monarch and more in the hands of the Parliament. This is just one of the issues that the Bill of Rights, written in 1689, would later address after the Glorious Revolution. Charles II spent most of his twenty-five-year reign reestablishing and strengthening the relationship between king and Parliament...
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