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The Glorious Revolution. England becomes a true Limited Monarchy. Oliver Cromwell. Puritan who rules England 1649-1658 Attempted to impose “Puritan” morals Grew increasingly unhappy with Parliament Eventually ruled as military dictator

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the glorious revolution

The Glorious Revolution

England becomes a true Limited Monarchy

oliver cromwell
Oliver Cromwell
  • Puritan who rules England 1649-1658
  • Attempted to impose“Puritan” morals
  • Grew increasingly unhappy with Parliament
  • Eventually ruled as military dictator
  • He was replaced by Charles II after his death in 1658

What is

ironic about

his rule?


The Road of Enlightened Ideas

Charles II rules after Cromwell’s death in 1658

His rule is known as the Restoration

Habeas Corpus is passed

habeas corpus 1679
Habeas Corpus 1679
  • Prisoner had the right to be reviewed before a Judge
  • Judges decide whether a prisoner should stand trial
  • The King could not just put someone in jail

Considered a “bloodless” revolution

Glorious Revolution (1688)

James II replaces Charles II

William & Mary


James II

Importance: England adopts: Bill of Rights&

Constitutional Monarchy

No suspending of Parliaments laws

No levying of taxes without Parliament approval

No interfering with freedom of speech

No penalty for protesting a king about grievances

Bill of Rights1689

constitutional monarchy 1689

England becomes a

Constitutional Monarchy (1689)
  • After 1689- no monarch could rule without parliament consent
  • Foundation for the current Government of England!
  • Cabinet developed—leader of cabinet became known as Prime Minister