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James I Agreed t rule according to English laws and customs.
Dissenters Protestants who differed with the Church of England.
Puritans Sought to purify the church of Catholic practices.
Charles I 1625, inherited throne, absolute monarch.
Oliver Cromwell Leader of the Roundheads.
English Bill of Rights Ensured the superiority of Parliament over the monarchy.
Limited Monarchy Constitution or legislative body limits the monarch;s power.
Constitutional Government Government whose power is defined and limited by law.
Cabinet Advisors.
Oligarchy Government in which the ruling power belongs to a few people.
Created by: athensarcher