What were the results of the English Revolution of the 17th century? What changes took place in the political system of the country by the end of the 17th century?
As a result of the English bourgeois revolution, unlimited royal power, the rule of feudal landowners and the subordinate church of the king were eliminated.
A new nobility and the top of the bourgeoisie — merchants and bankers — came to power. The obstacles that hindered the development of capitalism were removed. After the revolution in England, agriculture and industry rapidly developed with hired workers, especially woolen and iron-making factories, cities grew. The peasants, who ensured the victory of the bourgeoisie, not only did not receive the land, but they finally lost it. In rural areas, there were massive forcible enclosures of communal lands with the support of parliament and local authorities. As a result. the final ruin of the peasants accelerated. The ruined peasants went to work in the cities or, suffering great hardships, moved to the British colonies in America. English bourgeois revolution of the 17th century. was an important event in European and even world history. It led to the victory of the capitalist system in England and opened the history of modern times, or new history.
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