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How did the English Bill of Rights influence the American Bill of Rights?

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  1. https://www.losal.org/cms/lib7/CA01000497/Centricity/Domain/340/English%20Bill%20of%20Rights%201689_American%20Bill%20of%20Rights_Compared.pdf

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    Ms. Sue
  2. .i already look at that. It doesn't explain the answer to me. It just says that the English Bill of rights influence the American Bill of rights and the constitution.

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  3. Don't some of these answer HOW the English Bill of Rights influenced ours?

    A frequently summoned Parliament and free elections
    � Members should have freedom of speech in Parliament
    � No armies should be raised in peacetime
    � No taxes could be levied, without the authority of parliament
    � Laws should not be dispensed with, or suspended, without the consent of parliament
    � No excessive fines should imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted

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  4. Ok thank you Ms. Sue

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