Why did the English Revolution not trigger a similar outbreak of revolution in France?

Simultaneously with the English Revolution in France, there was a Fronde – a noble revolution, which pursued the goals that had already been achieved in England (to limit absolutism by parliament and the constitution, etc.). The Fronda ended unsuccessfully, as the nobles failed to come to an agreement with the bourgeoisie (both sides had little political experience and a lot of ambition).

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