A Most Uncredited Revolution

A Much Uncredited Revolution part 1: The “Boring” Political Introduction, Religion, Civil Strife, and Liberty: the Glorious Revolution of 1688

The death of King Charles II had profound implications for world history. Charles was a popular monarch; following the authoritarian and Puritan rule of Oliver Cromwell, which had banned theatre, music, and Christmas, the British public was overjoyed with the return of the monarchy in 1660; albeit, this time, ruling with Parliament. In addition to […]