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The Glorious Revolution Resulted in the Greatest Change in Governing England.

Summary: The short and long-term effects of the English War. And how King Charles tried to force his religion on his kingdoms.
The short-term effects of the English Civil War in 1637, King Charles tried to make both his kingdoms follow one religion. When the Scots rebelled and got an army to fight England Charles leaned on the Parliament for money. From 1642 to 1649 King Charles fought the English Civil War along with his supporters against the Puritan supporters of the Parliament. After his death in 1658 people wanted change and the Parliment allowed Charles II to reign. His period was called the Restoration since he restored the monarchy. Cromwell sought to reform society. He ended activities they found sinful like theater, sporting events and dancing.

The short-term effects of the Glorious Revolution James II became king in 1685 he was Catholic. He offended many by showing his Catholism. He appointed several Catholics to high office violating English law and soon after had to dissolve it. Because James II had a son the Protestant...

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