1628, Charles called Parliament and signed petition of right document.
Ok, I agree.
1659, Parliament voted to to ask the older son of Charles I to rule England.
King Chales II!
James II and the Glorious Revolution
In this petition, the king agreed to four points: • He would not imprison subjects without due cause.• He would not levy taxes without Parliament’s consent.• He would not house soldiers in private homes.• He would not impose martial law in peacetime.
Oliver Cromwell ruled until his death in 1658. Shortly afterward, the government he had established collapsed, and a new Parliament was selected. The English peo- ple were sick of military rule.
James II and the Glorious Revolution In 1685, Charles II died, and James II became king. James soon offended his subjects by displaying his Catholicism. Violating English law, he appointed several Catholics to high office.