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jan 1, 1689 - Parliament: Bill of Rights/ Toleration Acts

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To justify the ouster of James II, Parliament in 1689 enacted a Bill of Rights, which listed parliamentary powers such as control over taxation as well as rights of individuals, including trial by jury. In the following year, the Toleration Act allowed Protestant Dissenters (but not Catholics) to worship freely, although only Anglicans could hold public office.

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jan 1, 1689
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~ 330 years ago
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