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Evaluate the significance of the Glorious Revolution of 1688.

Regarding the revolution of 1688-89, the famous historian Trevelyan wrote that the significance of the revolution was not in the roaring-sound, but in the intelligence and foresight of its objectives. The famous thinker Bark of England has called this revolution a glorious revolution or a pleasant event. Of course angelic

Friendly it was a proud Anglo revolution. The humility of the revolution lies in its system and program, but its pride is in the fact that there is no blood in it. This revolution did not result in chaos, no chaos, and no cramwells. Public law prevailed over the king's autocracy and divine doctrine. The religious problem was also resolved in favor of the Protestants.

The creative program designed for the revolution system gave a new direction to the constitutional development stream of England. Although external changes were greatly reduced by this and no new method was established, yet the impact of the revolution was very effective. Old

The solution to the problems was found on the basis of compromise, consensus, and tolerance, bringing about a slight change in the statutory balance.

The revolution made a successful attempt to solve it as if after analyzing the revolution system carefully we will find that no fully responsible parliamentary rule was established by it. Still, the king could choose his ministers and judges. The king's authority over foreign policy was not challenged. He still had the right to summon and dissolve the Parliament within the three-year boundary. The King and Parliament were accepted permanent members of the government, none of them being supreme alone.


That is why it was said that "the king was supreme in Parliament". The Revolutionary System, particularly the Bill of Rights, was an agreement between the King and Parliament, which were both followed. From a practical point of view, the government of the people was not established, but the control of the state was definitely in the hands of the Parliament. The Parliament could decide in which department how much should be spent. The owner of the treasury was the Parliament, so the king had to depend on the Parliament for many functions. Later, the standing army was also established, then it was controlled by the Parliament.

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