Britain’s 1688 revolution, Humanities

Britain's 1688 revolution:The 1688 Revolution, frequently termed as the 'Glorious Revolution of 1688', finished the reign of James II and ushered in the reign of William III and Mary II. The 1688 Revolution arrived at the end of a reign while James II had made this all too clear which he wanted Roman Catholicism reinstalled like the country's religion. The English Civil War's chronic dislocation was remembered through a lot of people as was the relative stability of the reign of Charles II. No individual was willing to tolerate many years of uncertainty or the chance of the country being pushed again into military conflict.

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