Confirm with three arguments that the English Revolution was bourgeois.

The revolution in England was bourgeois, however, as in other countries after that. It is very easy to prove that this is precisely the bourgeois revolution. Firstly, the position of merchants improved, now they could freely produce goods and open new manufactures, and after the revolution there were every opportunity to strive for monopoly. Secondly, the king’s power was significantly limited, a parliament appeared in the country, and the monarchy was limited by the constitution. And most importantly, industry and trade began to develop actively.

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