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~magna carta signed by king john
~habeas Corpus act passed during the rule of Charle II
~bill of rights agreed to by William and Mary

these events in english history were similar in that they all
A. limited the power of the monarch
b. promoted religious freedom
c. supported divine right theory
d. provided universal suffrage

  • global -

    You're already correctly answered a similar question.

  • global -

    i am stupid sorry

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    I don't believe you're stupid. I believe you're wasting a LOT of time putting these questions on the Internet instead of looking for the answers yourself.

    Be sure to go back into your textbook or use a good search engine. http://hanlib.sou.edu/searchtools/

  • global -

    i am just lazy and don't want to do that. i don't understand things when i do it that way. i need help like explaining everything down to it.

  • global -

    What difference does it make whether a website explains or a Jiskha volunteer explains? You still have to read.

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