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  • The Magna Carta (What is it, what does it do, who signed it and why, why is it important?) 
  • The Glorious Revolution (What is it, what did it do, who was involved and why, why is it important?) 
  • The English Bill of Rights 1689 (What is it, what did it do, why is it important?) 
  • The Magna Carta was signed in June 1215 between the barons of Medieval England and King John. 'Magna Carta' is Latin and means “Great Charter”. The Magna Carta was one of the most important documents of Medieval England
  • Town Meetings (What were they, who was involved, why is it important / what did it lead to?) 
  • The Glorious Revolution was when William of Orange took the English throne from James II in 1688. The Glorious Revolution of 1688-1689 replaced the reigning king
  • Mercantilism (What is it, what did it do, who was involved and why, why is it important?) 
  • The English Bill of Rights, is an Act of the Parliament. Guaranteed certain rights of the citizens of England from the power of the crown.
  • Navigation Acts (What is it, what did it do, who was involved and why, why is it important / colonial reaction?) 
  •  Town Meetings are public forums that promote participation in local governance. Town meetings allow residents to voice their opinions on public issues and deliberate and vote on laws and budget's
  • Mercantilism was the theory of trade espoused by the major European powers from roughly 1500 to 1800. It advocated that a nation should export more than it import mostly gold.
  • The Navigation Acts were a series of Acts passed in the English Parliament in 1651,1660 & 1663. Oliver Cromwell was involved in the navigation acts.
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