Development of Limited Monarchy in England

Development of Limited Monarchy in England

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  • I presume that we can make this happen. We shall name it the Magna Carta.
  • Your Highness, I strongly believe that we should make an agreement. We should discuss new laws and taxes. Also, instead of just sending someone to jail, we should allow them a jury trial.
  • We should all be euphoric that we can now make laws, and that the king doesn't have all the power. Now, onto the meeting. Does anyone have any ideas for new laws?
  • Gentlemen! We need to continue building up England's navy to protect the trade routes. And wealso need to continue to increase our trade; its giving us great wealth.
  • King Charles needs to be evicted!
  • You Puritans are mistaken! King Charles I is a great ruler!
  • Now that James II is gone, James's daughter Mary, and her husband, William take the English throne. There will no longer be total monarchs, but Parliament and the Monarchs will keep each other in check.
  • Now that we accepted the Bill of Rights, we must work with Parliament, give the House of Commons financial control, abolish excessive fines and cruel and unusual punishment, and affirm habeas corpus.
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