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King John, son of Henry II, signed the Magna Carta into law in 1215. Feudal barons attempting to protect their power pushed the Magna Carta. It was the first time a document was imposed on a king by his subjects.

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Which monarch was on the throne when the magna carta was released?

The English monarch that signed the Magna Carta was King John.


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What agreement was King John of England forced to sign and 1215 which limited the power of the monarch?

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