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Because King James II fled the country and never dared come back.

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Q: How did the glorious revolution show that Parliament had gained more power than the monarch?
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What did parliament create to limit power of monarch?

After successfully winning the English Revolution, Parliament gained more power and that of the monarch was diminished. After the Glorious Revolution, Parliament ended the eligibility of any Catholic monarch with the removal of James II and the monarchy was changed to a limited Protestant monarchy.


What did Parliament create to limit the power of the monarch?

After successfully winning the English Revolution, Parliament gained more power and that of the monarch was diminished. After the Glorious Revolution, Parliament ended the eligibility of any Catholic monarch with the removal of James II and the monarchy was changed to a limited Protestant monarchy.


How did the glorious revolution show that parliament had gained more power than the monarchs?

Because King James II fled the country and never dared come back.


What was not directly caused by the Glorious Revolution?

The colonies gained their independence from England. For A+ :)


Identify two effects of the Glorious Revolution on the English monarchy.?

the colonies gained their independence from england


Which body of England's government gained more power as a result of the glorious revolution?

Limited MonarchyConstitutional Monarchy


What are 4 important dates of glorious revolution?

1989-bloody Sunday 1954-conquer England by dutch 1968-England gained more land 1990-king of England dies


Were there any rights gained in the parliament?

no


What impact did the revolution have on women?

they gained respect.


how did the government form?

It was mostly a gradual evolution. Originally England was an absolute monarchy. In 1295 King Edward I founded the 'Model Parliament' - a group of hundreds of representatives for towns and counties who would be in charge of taxes. Over the next 400 years, Parliament split into the Lords and Commons, and gained complete control over taxes. In the mid-17th Century, King Charles I believed he alone should rule the country. He got into so many arguments with Parliament they declared war on him, and won. Oliver Cromwell led the Parliament forces but once the war was won, he disbanded an increasingly corrupt Parliament and ruled for over ten years as a dictator. After his death, Parliament returned and reinstated the King's son as King Charles II. Nevertheless, it wasn't until King William III's reign that the 'Glorious Revolution' saw a stable system established with the monarchy limited, with a Bill of Rights being passed to limit the monarch's power. In 1707, an Act of Union merged the English and Scottish Parliaments and established the United Kingdom.


Did the Parliament gained power with the fading of the king's veto power?

True


What impacted the revolution have on American women?

they gained respect.