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THE GLORIOUS REVOLUTION OF 1688. Parliament’s Grievances Against James II (1685-88). Use of Dispensing Powers Use of Suspending Powers Trial of the Seven Bishops Creation of the Court of Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Causes Maintenance of a Large Standing Army Packing of Parliament.

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parliament s grievances against james ii 1685 88
Parliament’s Grievances Against James II (1685-88)
  • Use of Dispensing Powers
  • Use of Suspending Powers
  • Trial of the Seven Bishops
  • Creation of the Court of Commissioners for Ecclesiastical Causes
  • Maintenance of a Large Standing Army
  • Packing of Parliament

Coronation of James II

new historical view of the revolution
New Historical View of the Revolution
  • Whig View
  • Recent Historical Interpretation

James II

social causes of the revolution
Social Causes of the Revolution
  • Attack on Office Holders
  • Demeaned Status of Landed Classes
  • Perceived as a Social Revolutionary
  • Parallels with Cromwell
  • Both Social Revolutionaries
  • Both Sought Religious Toleration
  • Both Autocratic Military Leaders
  • Both Terrified Landed Classes Who Feared a Social Upheaval
interpreting the revolution
Interpreting the Revolution
  • Failure to Control the Gentry
  • Victory of the Gentry Over the Crown and Over a Strong Executive
  • Failure to Manage Commons by Manipulating Corporation Charters
  • Bill of Rights
  • Frequent and Free Elections
  • Legitimate Influence