Features of the English bourgeois revolution

Restoring the monarchy, limiting the rights of the king and securing all legislative activity for parliament (Bill of Rights 1689) Separation of the legislative and executive branches of power, accountability of the government to parliament (principle of parliamentarism) According to historians, England occupied a unique position in Europe: excellent roads, low taxes, a “common law” legal system, an economy free from government interference, royalty accountable to parliament.

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