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Teaching Great Britain: The Glorious Revolution & the unification of Great Britain

Great Britain: The Glorious Revolution & the unification of Great Britain

The monarch in Great Britain ruled with divine right, as in other places in Europe. However, British monarchs were not absolute rulers, because they had to share power with Parliament. This unusual system was laid out in the English Bill of Rights in 1689.

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ESSENTIAL QUESTION:

Why did the English people consider William and Mary more legitimate rulers than James II?
STANDARDS:
RH.2 - Main Ideas

DEPTH OF KNOWLEDGE (DOK) LEVELS:

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