Glorious Revolution Analysis

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The time of King James II of England was short. It began in February 1685 and ended in December 1688 with its forced "abdication", which we know as the glorious revolution. When he took office, James promised "to preserve this government in both the Church and the State, as now stated in the law." He was, however, a zealous Catholic, who wished to rebuild the Roman Catholic Church in England, and in his office he undertook every possible effort to promote the cause of Rome. James was the first publicly known Roman Catholic king since the time of Philip and Maria nearly one and a half centuries before (Charles II was a Catholic, but had concealed the fact until his death). His term of office was accompanied by a series of events that prepared …show more content…
She graduated with a B.A. in Journalism. This is an excellent article, in my opinion. It starts with an explanation of what the Glorious Revolution was about. Rebecca writes about first hand discoveries and reports from high quality sources to aid readers to clearer understanding of historical events. The author then writes about the influence of the Glories Revolution on North America and how it shook the Stuart establishment.

The following article describes the significance of the glorious revolution on English society. It points out the key significant result of the revolution being The Declaration of Bill of Rights. The Bill brought an end to the absolute monarchy and the Divine Right theory of Kingship. It also founded The Bank of England, established the Parliament, it also established the rule of law and individual liberty. However, it marked the beginning of series of wars between England and France, which went on for more than a century.
The website is summarizes the most significant features of the Glorious Revolution and its effects. It is easy to read and understand, the page is well organized with a simple overview that encompasses a variety of important historical

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