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Definition of the English Bill of Rights of 1689
The Meaning and Definition of the English Bill of Rights: The 1689 English Bill of Rights was a British Law, passed by the Parliament of Great Britain in 1689 that declared the rights and liberties of the people and settling the succession in William III and Mary II following the Glorious Revolutionof 1688 when James II was deposed.
Colonial America – Land of the Brave
Continuing with John Locke: Philosopher of American Liberty by Mary Elaine-Swanson…
“John Locke is written in a clear, concise, accessible style that maintains a good balance between the informal and the scholarly with extensive documentation. The biography of Locke shows how thoroughly he influenced the England of his day. Locke’s ideas came to be adapted by England in its “Glorious Revolution, as it moved from an absolute to a limited monarchy in which the king ruled with the Parliament.” from review of Darold Booton
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