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The glorious revolution did not create democracy, but a type of government called limited monarchy, in which a constitution or legislative body limits the monarch's powers. English rulers still had much power, but they had to obey the law and govern in partnership with Parliament.

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Because they went ten years without a king and instead was under military rule

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What happened in 1600?

Many things happened in the 17th century. Some notable events include the founding of Harvard University in 1636, Cape Town, South Africa was founded in 1652, and the return of the English Monarchy in 1660.

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Jacobins such as Maximilien de Robespierre argued that France's king and queen needed to be executed to protect political changes; i.e. to avoid a return to absolute monarchy. Apex: To protect the political changes made during the French Revolution

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