• anonymous
How did England’s policies toward the colonies change after the Glorious Revolution?
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After accepting the throne, William and Mary agreed in 1689 to uphold the English Bill of Rights. This was an agreement to respect the rights of English citizens and of Parliament. Under it, the king or queen could not cancel laws or impose taxes unless Parliament agreed. Free elections and frequent meetings of Parliament must be held. Excessive fines and cruel punishments were forbidden. People had the right to complain to the king or queen in Parliament without being arrested.

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