What were the reasons for the English Revolution? What strata of the population took part in it, what goals did they pursue?

The reasons for the English Revolution were the contradictions between the king and the bourgeoisie. All sections of the population took part in this revolution. Thus, the struggle was against the establishment of an absolute monarchy of royal power. So a civil war began, in which the royalists were defeated, the king himself was captured and later executed. This caused the collapse of the feudal system in the state.

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