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What was the philosophy of the Restoration Period (England)?

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Have fun and forget the past. Charles II cleverly ignored the entire Interregnum,dating his reign from his father's execution in 1649 rather than from his Restoration in 1660.There was no witch hunt and no mass reprisals against those involved in the
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