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May 30, 2007


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Peter Kirk

It is interesting, but in fact accurate, that freedom of religion is not listed as one of the consequences of this revolution. Freedom of Protestant religion became deeply established at this time and is one of the lasting benefits of this revolution. But in fact it was first established before the revolution, by James II, who also included freedom for Catholics.

Michael W. Kruse

Good point. I haven't read the book so I don't know if he covers religious freedom angle in the book and its implications for religious freedom in America. I may just have to buy this and read it.

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