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  • JAMES II
  • WILLIAM AND MARY
  • BILL OF RIGHTS
  • BILL OF RIGHTS 1. no suspending parliament's Law. 2. no imposing tax without parliaments consent. 3. no interfering with the freedom of speech in parliament. 4. no penalty for citizens who petition against the king.
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  • This bill will help keep the peace between the parliament and you monarchs.
  • James (left) displayed catholicism which offended citizens. He also violated an English law by putting Catholics in high office.
  • Mary, the eldest daughter of James II, was protestant. And, along with her husband, William of Orange (prince of Netherland), overthrew James.
  • The parliament, William and Mary had established to the terms in the bill of rights. Around the same time, they had created the cabinet system. Where no monarch or parliament can rule without each other. There is the government official position called the "Cabinet" that is in-between the monarch and parliament.
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