Effects of the Glorious Revolution?

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The Revolution of 1688, better known as the Glorious revolution, was mainly brought about by the king's religion, which was catholic while parliament favoured Protestantism. The revolution deposed the king, James II, and replacing him with the joint monarchy of his daughter Mary, a protestant and William of Orange, her Dutch husband.
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