HIS101H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Early Modern Europe, Constitutionalism, Toleration

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Parliament offered the throne to james"s protestant daughter mary and her. In december 1688 james fled to france and william and mary were crowned king and queen of england. The triumph of england"s parliament: constitutional monarchy and cabinet. Government: john locke"s second treatise of civil government (1690) was a defense of the. In this system a cabinet of ministers responsible primarily to parliament governed. The power of the monarch grew weaker and weaker. In the seventeenth century the dutch probably had the highest standard of living in the world. Dutch power began to decline around the time of the.

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