Episode 23: Unsettled

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In 1701, The Act of Settlement is passed by Parliament to cement the succession of the English and Irish crowns to Protestants only while also establishing a key foundation of the constitutional monarchy in what would become Great Britain.

What differences might have existed in the evolution of the British monarchy without its passage?


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