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How Did the Glorious Revolution Affect the Colonies?

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The Glorious Revolution of England was a blood-less coup which led to the overthrow of King James II in 1688 and the establishment of William and Mary as monarchs.The Glorious Revolution affected the colonies by a several short lived rebellions in the colonies, which can be seen as precursors to the American Revolution. The English Bill of Rights, that followed the Glorious Revolution, also had a massive influence on the colonies in North America and the Constitution of the United States.
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